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Horticulture 2020 Newsletter No. 47

Events Virtual 70th Kansas Turfgrass Conference The 70th Kansas Turfgrass Conference program is in place and will be held online over four days: December 7 to...

Horticulture 2020 Newsletter No. 46

Events Virtual 70th Kansas Turfgrass Conference The 70th Kansas Turfgrass Conference program is in place and will be held online over four days: December 7 to...

How To Take Care Of A Christmas Tree

STEPS TO A SAFER, LONGER-LASTING TREE Holiday celebrations often center around the Christmas tree. Picking the right tree and caring for it properly can ensure...

Are Poinsettias Poisonous?

At times, an old-time rumor is resurrected that poinsettias are poisonous. This is NOT true. Though there may be an allergic reaction to the...

How to take care of a Poinsettia

Modern poinsettia varieties stay attractive for a long time if given proper care. Place your poinsettia in a sunny window or the brightest area...

KSRE – Horticulture 2020 Newsletter – #42

Horticulture 2020 Newsletter No. 42 October 20, 2020 https://hnr.k-state.edu/extension/info-center/newsletters/index.html   Blog Post: http://www.ksuhortnewsletter.org   Video of the Week: Cleaning Extends the Life of Garden Tools https://kansashealthyyards.org/all-videos/video/cleaning-extends-the-life-of-garden-tools   Events Virtual 70th Kansas Turfgrass Conference The 70th...

KSRE – Horticulture 2020 Newsletter No. 41    October 13, 2020

Horticulture 2020 Newsletter No. 41    October 13, 2020 https://hnr.k-state.edu/extension/info-center/newsletters/index.html   Blog Post: http://www.ksuhortnewsletter.org   Video of the Week: Storing Tender Bulbs for the Winter https://kansashealthyyards.org/component/allvideoshare/video/storing-tender-bulbs-for-winter?Itemid=101   Events Virtual 70th Kansas Turfgrass Conference The 70th Kansas...

Why Weeds Invade Lawns

Horticulture News By: Scott Eckert, Harvey County Extension Agent, Horticulture Current Date: 10/9/20     Why Weeds Invade Lawns   Ask homeowners about their No. 1 lawn concern, and the usual...

Horticulture 2020 Newsletter – #40

Horticulture 2020 Newsletter No. 40 October 6, 2020   https://hnr.k-state.edu/extension/info-center/newsletters/index.html Blog Post: http://www.ksuhortnewsletter.org   Video of the Week: How to Test Your Soil for Nutrients https://kansashealthyyards.org/all-videos/video/how-to-test-your-soil-for-nutrients   Events Kansas Forest Service Tree, shrub Seedling...

KSRE: Horticulture News

Horticulture News By: Scott Eckert, Harvey County Extension Agent, Horticulture   "Shallots are for babies; onions are for men; garlic is for heroes."  I heard this quote...
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