STAFF BLOG STORM TRACKER Prairie Fires
Each of the last two spring seasons has been cold, wet, and late. This one has come in early and dry. This could mean a lot more grass fires this spring. Pre-historically and historically, pra... Posted on 3/11/15 at 12:54 AM
THIS WOMAN WRITES Your Lawn and Your Life
From theStart Your Week with Steve newsletterof Steve Henderson Fine Art:
"Before we lived in the country, we lived in town, and one year I decided to rework the entire backyard lawn wit... Posted on 4/29/13 at 7:20 PM
FARGO, N.D. — It’s too late to be proactive on glyphosate resistance in weeds. Everybody is reacting, said experts addressing a Northern Weed Resistance Forum on March 8, sponsored by Peterson Farms Seed.
To keep a healthy lawn, give it some fertilizer. There are several excellent commercial fertilizers out there. You do not need much.
It is good to apply the fertilizer on the holiday schedule. In other words, apply the fertilizer around Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day. Before the snow starts to fly in October, put on a slow-release fertilizer so your lawn will take off in the early spring (when we have enough heat units).
Lance Brower, NDSU Extension Service
April 28, 2010
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