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Horticulture 2021 Newsletter No. 13

REMINDERS • Wait to prune spring-flowering shrubs until after they bloom. • Don't work soil when it is too wet. VEGETABLES Growing Vegetables Vertically If you wish to make...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter – #9

This Week's K-State Garden Hour Webinar: Best Plants for a Beginner's Landscape Wednesday, March 3; Noon – 1:00pm CST Presented by: Anthony Reardon, West Plains Extension District...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter No. 8

REMINDERS 1. Prune fruit trees 2. Check fruit trees for scale and apply dormant oil if present.. VEGETABLES Cure the Itch by Planting Peas If you are tired of...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter – #7

ANNOUNCEMENTS K-State Garden Hour Webinar Series Begins This Week We are very excited for the K-State Garden Hour webinar series that begins this week on Wednesday,...

Pruning Fruit Trees

REMINDERS 1. Sand and seal wooden tool handles to prevent splinters. 2. Continue to feed birds. FLOWERS Handling Tips for Valentine's Day Roses If you are fortunate enough to...

Great Plains Growers Virtual Conference February 12 & 13, 2021

The 2021 Great Plains Growers Conference is going virtual! Stay home and avoid winter driving conditions, while sharpening your production and marketing skills. All...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter No. 4

ANNOUNCEMENTS Great Plains Growers Virtual Conference February 12 & 13, 2021 The 2021 Great Plains Growers Conference is going virtual! Stay home and avoid winter driving...

Horticulture 2021 Newsletter – #2

ORNAMENTALS Caddo Sugar Maples Sugar maples often have significant problems with our Kansas weather. Our hot, often dry summers and windy conditions can shorten the life...

January provides opportunity to start vegetables, flowers indoors

K-State horticulture expert offers tips for buying, caring for seed MANHATTAN, Kan. – In case cabin fever has Kansas gardeners longing for warmer days, there’s...

Horticulture 2020 Indexed

All of the articles published in Horticulture 2020 are now indexed according to subject, a very time consuming undertaking. One of our Johnson County...

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