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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. Vegetable Planting Calendar

    Vegetable Planting Calendar

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    • Reviewed: Feb. 2016

    Home production of vegetables has been increasing in popularity in recent years.  In addition to saving on the family food bill, the availability of fresh, inexpensive produce from the family garden is conducive to maintaining good dietary... Read more ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. Managing Lawns and Turfgrass

    Managing Lawns and Turfgrass

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    • Reviewed: May 2016

    It takes some time and effort to develop a lawn with the right mixture of turfgrass species and varieties for your landscape and situation, but it is worth the investment to achieve results that are attractive, durable and easy to maintain. Important... Read more ...

  5. Using and Storing All-Purpose Flour

    Using and Storing All-Purpose Flour

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    • Reviewed: Oct. 1993

    Flour is the main ingredient in baked products such as cakes, cookies, pastry, quick breads, yeast breads and rolls. It is also used to thicken sauces, gravies and puddings.To measure flour, spoon it into a measuring cup. As you work, try not to bump... Read more ...

  6. Improving Habitats for Wildlife in Your Backyard and Neighborhood

    Improving Habitats for Wildlife in Your Backyard and Neighborhood

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    • New: May 2016

    NoteThis material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Award Number IIA-1355406. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily... Read more ...

  7. Fescue - Clover Hay Planning Budget

    Fescue - Clover Hay Planning Budget

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    • Revised: Oct. 2019

    This budget presents information useful to farmers planning the production, financing, grazing and marketing of fescue-clover hay. Table 1 presents estimates for the 2020 crop year for established fescue-clover hay in northern, central and southwest... Read more ...

  8. Beekeeping Tips for Beginners

    Beekeeping Tips for Beginners

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    • Revised: May 2016

    For a beginning beekeeper, between two and five hives is ideal. This size apiary is small enough for a beginner to manage but still provides enough bees to allow for winter losses. Expand in a couple of years, after you have gained experience and... Read more ...

  9. Selecting Landscape Plants: Broad-leaved Evergreens

    Selecting Landscape Plants: Broad-leaved Evergreens

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    • Reviewed: Sept. 2014

    The most highly prized landscape plants are broad-leaved evergreens. They are the true aristocrats of our gardens. However, many of them require special attention if they are to develop into attractive, long-lived plants.Wide fluctuations in... Read more ...

  10. Preserve It Fresh, Preserve It Safe: March/April 2019

    Preserve It Fresh, Preserve It Safe: March/April 2019

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    • New: March 2019

    StrawberriesThough it may still feel like winter at times, local strawberries will be in season soon! Strawberries are not only a sure sign of spring, but also a very nutritious food. One cup of strawberries has only 53 calories, while providing 3... Read more ...

  11. Home Fruit Production: Peach and Nectarine Culture

    Home Fruit Production: Peach and Nectarine Culture

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    • Revised: Feb. 2012

    The peach has often been called the Queen of Fruits. Its beauty is surpassed only by its delightful flavor and texture. Peach trees require considerable care, however, and cultivars should be carefully selected.Nectarines are basically fuzzless... Read more ...

  12. How to Pickle

    How to Pickle

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    • Revised: June 2018

    There are four classes of pickled products: Brined pickles or fermented pickles go through a curing process in a brine (salt and water) solution for one or more weeks. Curing changes the color, flavor and texture of the product. If the product... Read more ...

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