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Schmidt: Ash Trees Dropping Leaves

June 11, 2015 Cool, wet weather during bud break has created an outbreak of anthracnose disease on ash trees in some areas of North Dakota again this year. more »»

4-H Shooter Jaeger Competes in Archery Tournament

June 5, 2015 A member of area 4-H shooting sports scored high at the third annual Missouri River 3D Shoot in Bismarck in early May. more »»

Kaylor: Spruce Up Your Summer Menus with Salads

June 5, 2015 Summer brings a wide variety of fresh produce. Fruits and vegetables add color and nutrition to our plates. more »»

FSA Seeks Nominations

June 5, 2015 Nominations for candidates to run for a position on the Pierce County Farm Service Agency Comittee representing Local Administrative Area (LAA) #2 are now being accepted. more »»

Hawk Museum Farm Show Set For June 12-14

June 5, 2015 The Dale & Martha Hawk Museum is celebrating the 26th Annual Antique Farm Show, June 12-14, 2015. more »»

Agriculture Is Alive and Strong in Rugby

June 5, 2015 The Rugby FFA represented the North Dakota FFA at the National Range Judging competition in Oklahoma City on May 7, 2015. more »»

In June, Stretch Your Milk Budget

May 29, 2015 During June, National Dairy Month, enjoy some dairy products, such as low-fat milk, yogurt and cheese. more »»

Schmidt: Proper Soil Temperatures for Germination

May 15, 2015 The minimum soil temperatures for germination of various crops or groups of crops is 40 degrees for spring wheat, durum, barley, canola, mustard, safflower, field peas and lentils; 45 degrees for... more »»

Schmidt: BBQ Boot Camp Coming to Rugby

May 8, 2015 Mark your calendars and save the date as BBQ Boot Camp is coming to Rugby on June 30th! BBQ Boot Camp is a collaborative effort of animal scientists in NDSU’s Animal Sciences Department and agent... more »»

Kaylor: Ten Tips to Save at the Grocery Store

May 8, 2015 1. Priorities First — Fill your cart with the basics first — vegetables, fruit, protein and milk. These foods are nearly always found along the outside walls of the store. 2. more »»

Nutritious Options for Smarter Snacking

May 1, 2015 Over the last 30 years, the average number of snacks consumed by adults per day has doubled, according to the USDA Food Surveys Research Group. more »»

Soil Testing for the Home Gardener

May 1, 2015 Well, it seems spring has sprung. Time to shift gears and knock the cobwebs from my brain as we shift to growing season related questions. more »»

Kaylor: April is Stress Awareness Month

April 24, 2015 Most of us have felt “stressed out,” from time to time, but when this feeling persists, stress becomes chronic and can negatively impact our careers, quality of life, and our bodie. more »»

Pierce County’s Junior 4-H Hippology Team Competes at State Contests

April 10, 2015 Pierce County’s junior 4-H Hippology team wrapped up their season at NDSU on March 28-29, 2015 with the state 4-H Hippology, Horse Judging, and Quiz Bowl contest. more »»

Shake & Bake or 6 Ways to Work Out While Cooking

April 10, 2015 While we often think of the kitchen as a place where we cook up calories, it’s also possible to burn additional calories while cooking. more »»

Kaylor: Take Care of Your Eyes

April 2, 2015 Do you look forward to the green grass, red and yellow tulips, and all the other beautiful, blooming colors of spring? In honor of nature’s rebirth and the beauty around us, let’s consider how to... more »»

Schmidt: Trees Are Considered the Lungs of the Earth, So Do Your Part

April 2, 2015 We wrapped up the final session of the 4- session Spring Fever Garden Forum Wednesday evening. more »»

Kaylor: How to bite into a healthy lifestyle

March 27, 2015 (The following appeared in the March 21 edition of the Tribune.) March is National Nutrition Month, and that’s a great time to take steps to develop a healthful eating plan as we move toward spring. more »»

Kaylor: A healthy lifestyle beyond March

March 27, 2015 (The following appeared in the March 28 edition of the Tribune. more »»

Schmidt: Wheat midge survey results and forecast

March 27, 2015 ­ Wheat midge populations are expected to be lower in 2015 than 2014, except for a few hot spots in Williams, Divide and Mountrail Counties. more »»



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