Farmers' markets offer a variety of fresh, locally-produced fruit, vegetables, bakery and meat products in a festive atmosphere. The Farmers' Market in Monticello is open Tuesday evenings 4- 7 p.m. on the courthouse square and Saturday mornings at B J Winger's from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Get the most from your local farmers' market with the following information.
There are several reasons why a spruce trees needles might turn brown and drop. Before action is taken on saving the tree, it is important to find out why the needles are dropping as this will determine the necessary course of action, if any. The most common cause for needle drop is simply natural causes. Needles will stay on a spruce tree for 2-3 years before dropping, typically from the inside of the tree and on older branches. Environmental factors can influence this cycle as well; for exampl
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Links to White County 4-H Project Record Sheets, Livestock Activities, and other Project Forms.
We are now entering the back half of May and farmers across the state are still waiting for some consistent dry weather to finish their corn planting. While the window for planting corn is far from closing, the window for maximizing yields is approaching. The good news is that planting dates will only affect the "maximum" yield one can expect for a crop, and that the planting date is only one of many factors that influence actual yield. In other words, history shows that late planted corn may do
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4HOnline Animal ID Instructions and Deadlines, Swine DNA Collection Instructions, Animal Lease Agreements, PQA information, State Fair Information, Premise ID information, Poultry NPIP Form
You teach them to read. You teach them to look both ways before crossing the street.... and to be kind to others, and to brush their teeth before bed. But have you taught your kids how to do the dishes? Cleaning up after oneself is an important life skill - something that every child should learn, not just to endear themselves to future roommates or spouses, but to feel like a contributing member of the family unit. Children may grumble at first, but ultimately, they want to be useful.
We are now entering the back half of May and farmers across the state are still waiting for some consistent dry weather to finish their corn planting. While the window for planting corn is far from closing, the window for maximizing yields is approaching. The good news is that planting dates will only affect the "maximum" yield one can expect for a crop, and that the planting date is only one of many factors that influence actual yield. In other words, history shows that late planted corn may do

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Purdue Extension Annual Report 2015

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