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  1. Vegetable Gardening

    Vegetable Gardening

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    • New: July 2008

    Vegetable gardening is a rewarding activity that can provide fresh, flavorful produce. It offers many of the same benefits as other gardening activities, including exercise, fresh air, landscape beautification and enjoyment. In addition, it promotes... Read more ...

  2. Seeding Rates, Dates and Depths for Common Missouri Forages

    Seeding Rates, Dates and Depths for Common Missouri Forages

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    • Download: Free
    • Reviewed: June 2001

    The first step in forage management is the proper establishment of pasture and hay fields. This in turn depends on proper seeding. If the seeding rate is too low, the stand will be thin and weedy. If it is too high, establishment costs will be... Read more ...

  3. Tree and Shrub Pests Around the Home: Symptoms, Signs and Control

    Tree and Shrub Pests Around the Home: Symptoms, Signs and Control

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    • Revised: Jan. 2016

    This manual can help you identify common insect and mite infestation on nearly 100 trees and shrubs and lists potential treatments. Its tabular format encourages quick location of specific information. Common trade names for chemicals and additional... Read more ...

  4. Missouri Master Gardener Core Manual

    Missouri Master Gardener Core Manual

    • Print: $30.00
    • New: Dec. 2010

    The Missouri Master Gardener program provides in-depth horticultural training to individuals throughout Missouri who then volunteer their time applying what they have learned to help others in their communities to learn about gardening and... Read more ...

  5. Establishing Forages

    Establishing Forages

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    • Reviewed: Aug. 1996

    Avoid forage seeding failures by using research-proven procedures. Seeding failures are costly, not only in seed and labor cost, but in providing inadequate feed the following year.Adequate moisture, temperature, plant nutrients, air and light are... Read more ...

  6. Tree Squirrels: Managing Habitat and Controlling Damage

    Tree Squirrels: Managing Habitat and Controlling Damage

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    • Download: Free
    • Reviewed: Jan. 2012

    Missouri is home to three species of tree squirrels: the fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) and gray squirrel (S. carolinensis), both popular game animals; and the southern flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans), the smallest of the tree squirrel species in... Read more ...

  7. Plant Biosecurity Preparedness Plan for U.S. Agricultural Producers

    Plant Biosecurity Preparedness Plan for U.S. Agricultural Producers

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    • New: March 2006

    Warnings from government agencies and public interest groups point out that the agricultural sector is at high risk of terrorist activity and specifically, that the U.S. food supply is vulnerable to the intentional introduction of pests, diseases,... Read more ...

  8. Fresh Market Tomatoes

    Fresh Market Tomatoes

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    • Revised: Oct. 2016

    The demand for locally-grown, vine-ripened tomatoes remains strong in Missouri. If you can produce high yields of good-quality tomatoes, the opportunity exists for you to make a reasonable return on your investment.The resources essential for... Read more ...

  9. Fruit Production

    Fruit Production

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    • Reviewed: July 2016

    Missouri is home to almost all temperate zone fruit plants, including strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, currants, blueberries, grapes, apricots, cherries, plums, nectarines, peaches, apples and pears. They can be harvested from... Read more ...

  10. Insects

    Insects

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    • Reviewed: Jan. 2017

    If all mankind were to disappear tomorrow, the world would regenerate to the rich state of equilibrium that existed 10,000 years ago. If insects were to vanish, the terrestrial ecosystems would collapse into chaos.— E.O. WilsonInsects are the most... Read more ...

  11. Making and Storing Quality Hay

    Making and Storing Quality Hay

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    • Reviewed: Oct. 1993

    The most important factors affecting the quality of hay areMoisture content at baling and time of storageStage of maturity at balingStorage conditionsThe forage speciesThis guide has information on the first three factors as well as on hay... Read more ...

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