Store

Results 1-12 of 2633 results
  1. Gardening in the Shade

    Gardening in the Shade

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • Reviewed: April 2002

    Your browser does not support the video tag.Variegated foliage patterns and light-colored bark add dimension and interest to a shady garden.Christoper J. StarbuckDepartment of HorticultureMany gardeners view shade as a challenging situation for... Read more ...

  2. High Tunnel Melon and Watermelon Production

    High Tunnel Melon and Watermelon Production

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • New: Feb. 2006

    High tunnels are low-cost, passive, solar greenhouses that use no fossil fuels for heating or venting (Figure 1). High tunnels can provide many benefits to horticulture crop producers:High tunnels are used to lengthen the growing season of crops.High... Read more ...

  3. Tree Squirrels: Managing Habitat and Controlling Damage

    Tree Squirrels: Managing Habitat and Controlling Damage

    • Web access only
    • 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 ...

  4. Dairy Grazing: Fence and Water Systems

    Dairy Grazing: Fence and Water Systems

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • New: Nov. 2013

       Dairy grazing publication seriesThis publication is one in a series about operating and managing a pasture-based dairy. Although these publications often refer to conditions in Missouri, many of the principles and concepts described may apply... Read more ...

  5. Pesticide Applicator Training Manuals: Ordering Information

    Pesticide Applicator Training Manuals: Ordering Information

    • Web access only
    • Revised: Jan. 2019

    Certification tests cover the Core Manual and all manuals in the categories of your business. Questions are also taken from the Missouri Pesticide Use Act, obtainable from the Missouri Department of Agriculture.MU pesticide applicator trainingState... Read more ...

  6. How to Can Pickled Products

    How to Can Pickled Products

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • Revised: Jan. 2021

    Pickling fruits and vegetables can add variety to your pantry. However, pickled products, if not processed correctly, can spoil easily. Microorganisms — particularly yeasts, molds and enzymes — may affect flavor, color and texture. Process... Read more ...

  7. Pest Alert: Asian Chestnut Gall Wasp

    Asian Chestnut Gall Wasp

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • Revised: Oct. 2012

    Adult Asian chestnut gall wasp.Photo: Gyorgy Csoka, Hungary Forest Research Institute, Bugwood.org Distribution and hostsThe gall wasp, Dryocosumus kuriphilus Yasumatsu, was introduced into North America in 1974 on imported chestnut cuttings. A... Read more ...

  8. Goats — Late Kidding Planning Budget

    Goats — Late Kidding Planning Budget

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • Revised: Oct. 2021

    The meat goat budget is designed to reflect the economic costs and returns of a 50 doe, spring kidding flock (March and April) with kids marketed between 50 to 60 pounds in July/August. This management system takes advantage of spring forage... Read more ...

  9. Goats — Early Kidding Planning Budget

    Goats — Early Kidding Planning Budget

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • Revised: Oct. 2021

    The meat goat budget is designed to reflect the economic costs and returns of a 50 doe, winter kidding flock (December and January) with kids marketed between 50 to 60 pounds in April. This management system takes advantage of seasonally high market... Read more ...

  10. Roses: Selecting and Planting

    Roses: Selecting and Planting

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • Reviewed: Oct. 2004

    Roses are one of the world's most popular flowers. Their beauty and delicate fragrance have universal appeal. Roses are well adapted to many different environmental conditions. They are useful for cut flowers and many landscape effects. Since... Read more ...

  11. Developing the Landscape Plan

    Developing the Landscape Plan

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • Reviewed: April 2010

    To develop an attractive and useful home landscape, use a step-by-step approach. List ideas and notes about the current landscape and desired changes, draw rough sketches to get a general idea of how to design the three major landscape areas, and... Read more ...

  12. Establishing and Managing Early Successional Habitats for Wildlife on Agricultural Lands - Page 2

    Establishing and Managing Early Successional Habitats for Wildlife on Agricultural Lands - Page 2

    • Web access only
    • Download: Free
    • New: Aug. 2012

    Wildlife populations in Missouri are dependent on the management decisions of private landowners, as about 93 percent of the land base is privately owned. A diversity of wildlife species that require early successional vegetation (for example,... Read more ...

Results 1-12 of 2633 results