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  1. Growing Buckwheat for Grain or Cover Crop Use

    Growing Buckwheat for Grain or Cover Crop Use

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    • Revised: Dec. 2018

    Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench.) is a fast-growing crop most often found in northern temperate regions, such as the northern tier of U.S. states. It is native to southwest Asia, and is currently grown most extensively in Russia and China.... Read more ...

  2. Vegetable Gardening

    Vegetable Gardening

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    • Download: Free
    • Revised: 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 ...

  3. Improving Lawn and Landscape Soils

    Improving Lawn and Landscape Soils

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    • Revised: April 2010

    Poor soil is a common cause of failure to grow vigorous, attractive lawns, trees and shrubs. Topsoils vary greatly from one location to another. Topsoil’s ability to support plant growth can differ from block to block, from farm to farm and from... Read more ...

  4. Natural Lawn Care

    Natural Lawn Care

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    • Revised: Feb. 2012

    Increasing numbers of homeowners are inquiring about low-impact environmental approaches to lawn care. This has generated many questions and concerns from lawn care operators and turf managers. Using natural or environmentally friendly products seems... Read more ...

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    Antimicrobial Stewardship for Advanced Practice Nurses Webinar-2019

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    • CEUs: 1.0
    • Course ID: 277
    • online

    This course/webinar Discusses the role of advanced practice registered nurses in antimicrobial resistance and stewardship in all health care settings but emphasizes long term care.

  6. Fruit Production

    Fruit Production

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    • Revised: 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 ...

  7. Native Insect Pollinators and Their Habitats

    Native Insect Pollinators and Their Habitats

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    • Revised: Oct. 2018

    Humans and wildlife depend on insect pollinators for the production of fiber, fruits and vegetables. Insect pollinators are required for the pollination of two-thirds of the world’s plants. Bees, butterflies, flies, wasps, moths, beetles and even... Read more ...

  8. Soil Sample Information Form for Lawns and Gardens

    Soil Sample Information Form for Lawns and Gardens

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    • Print availability: 7661
    • Download: Free
    • Revised: Sept. 2014

    This form is for homeowners and small commercial business owners who need to take and ship samples to the MU Extension Soil and Plant Testing Laboratory, http://soilplantlab.missouri.edu/soil. To have your vegetable garden, flower garden or lawn... Read more ...

  9. Increasing Beneficial Insects in Row Crops and Gardens

    Increasing Beneficial Insects in Row Crops and Gardens

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    • Revised: Aug. 2015

    Beneficial insects can be useful in integrated pest management of row crops and gardens. They are a form of biological control in that their activity reduces the activity of certain pest species. For many pest insects, the most important check on... Read more ...

  10. Honey Bees as Pollinators, Their Habitats and Products

    Honey Bees as Pollinators, Their Habitats and Products

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    • Revised: Sept. 2018

    Figure 1. Honey bee (Apis mellifera).The European honey bee (Apis mellifera), also known as the common or western honeybee (Figure 1), is the most influential insect for humankind, both in history and in the honey and wax resources it provides. For... Read more ...

  11. Home Fruit Production: Apples

    Home Fruit Production: Apples

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    • Revised: Sept. 2002

    The production of beautiful, blemish-free apples in a backyard setting is challenging in the Midwest. Temperature extremes, high humidity, and intense insect and disease pressure make it difficult to produce perfect fruit like that purchased in a... Read more ...

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

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

    • Print: $5.00
    • 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 ...

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