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Top 13 vegetables to donate to food pantries
Many gardeners produce excess vegetables during the growing season. Some preserve their surplus vegetables for later use, while others give friends and neighbors the extras. Another option for using t
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Community Tree Planting and Care Guide
Trees provide many benefits to communities such as improved air quality, wildlife habitat and reduced energy consumption during the summer and winter. This publication discusses proper techniques for
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Aeration Module
A look at how to maintain stored grain in good, quality condition, we’ll see how three different conditions interact to cause grain spoilage problems. This grain module is brought to you by the Iowa G
Preserve the Taste of Summer - Promotional Brochure
Find out about Extension's Preserve the Taste of Summer program, including online lessons and hands-on workshops throughout the state of Iowa. Home food preservation isn't difficult, but it does re
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Fall Tips to Ensure a Healthy Green Yard in the Spring
In the fall, is the perfect time for maintaining your lawn. It's time to focus on turfgrass practices such as mowing, aeration, fertilization and seeding. The work you do in the fall helps your lawn r
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Preserve the Taste of Summer - Canning: Salsa
Salsa is a great addition to any party, snack or meal. Because of its many uses, it is a very popular canned product. Follow these tips to ensure a safe canned salsa.
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Preserve the Taste of Summer - Canning: Pickles
Put up safe, tasty pickles with these detailed instructions. Also includes trouble-shooting advice.
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Preserve the Taste of Summer - Freezing: Fruits and Vegetables
Freeze fruits and vegetables at the height of freshness using the detailed directions in this publication.
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Corn Stover Storage Losses
Consider storage losses as a part of supplying corn stover to a biorefinery over an extended period. Gives typical storage losses for bales stored under various conditions. Also projects varying inter
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Growing Petunias
Petunias are easy to grow, bloom reliably all summer, and are available in a wide range of colors, flower forms, and growth habits. Learn about petunia types and how to grow and maintain them.
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Small Plot Vegetable Gardening
This publication outlines recommendations and techniques for growing quality vegetables in a limited space, including planning, site selection, summer care, and space saving techniques. Lists suggest
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Container Vegetable Gardening
Includes information regarding: container construction, size, and capacity; crop selection and planting density; summer care (location, watering, fertilization, tomato tips). Lists suggestions for 12
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Growing Raspberries in the Home Garden
Home raspberry growers will find expert advice for cultivar selection, site selection, planting, and training and trellising plants. Also included are pruning guidelines for summer-bearing and fall-be
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Corn Diseases
This booklet will help corn producers and other professionals in the agriculture industry identify corn diseases and provide general recommendations for disease management. The current version i
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Preserve the Taste of Summer - Canning: Vegetables
Preserve healthy, nutritious vegetables safely using the detailed directions in this publication. Includes typical canning problems and their solutions.
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Preserve the Taste of Summer - Canning: Meat, Poultry, Wild Game and Fish
A jar of home preserved meat is a delicious and convenient way to start a quick and easy meal. Canning meat, poultry, wild game, and fish must be done correctly to assure that food is safe to eat. Fin
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Dare to Excel newsletter - May
Help your child maintain school learning over the summer. Includes tips to prevent summer learning loss; summer activities that nurture respect and cooperation; and ways to maintain routines when scho
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Alfalfa Management Guide
Learn how to achieve top yields to maximize profits. This 2011 edition offers the latest information and strategies for alfalfa establishment, production, and harvest. Includes many color photos and c
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Preserve the Taste of Summer - Canning: Fruit Spreads
Put up delicious, safe-to-eat fruit spreads using recipes and detailed directions in this publication. Trouble-shooting advice can help you avoid potential problems.
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Preserve the Taste of Summer - Canning: Fruits
Can fruits that are safe and delicious, using the recommended processing times and equipment. Typical problems and their solutions are discussed.
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Preserve the Taste of Summer - Canning and Freezing: Tomatoes
Put up tomatoes that are safe and flavorful using the USDA guidelines and tested recipes in this publication. Includes recommended processing times and trouble-shooting tips.
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Enterprise Budget: Raspberries
Raspberries are a favorite among consumers. This sweet fruit has become increasingly popular in the last decade with the United States as the world’s third largest producer. Washington, California, an
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Flowering Plants for the Late Summer Garden
Highlights some of the best August-flowering plants for zones 4 and 5. All listed plants have been proven performers in Iowa and Nebraska gardens.
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Drip Cooling of Sows in Farrowing House
Research indicates that summer heat stress on sows can be reduced by using a system that continually drips water on the sow's shoulder in hot weather.
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Management and Control of Summer Patch (Magnaporthe poae)
Summer patch and necrotic ring spot are common fungi that affect turfgrass. This publication discusses how to identify the fungi, its characteristics and how to manage it if grass is infected. Pr
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Finishing Exterior Wood Surfaces - Wood Use
Learn how to finish, preserve and even refinish exterior wood surfaces. Includes natural weathering, clear film and water-repellent finishes, as well as bleaching oil and pigmented stains.
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Late Season Perennial Flowers -- Reiman Gardens
Mums, ‘Autumn Joy’ sedum, and rudbeckia are familiar perennials that bloom in late summer to fall. Adding any of these eighteen other less common, late season perennials discussed in this publication
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Annual Vines -- Reiman Gardens
Annual vines grow quickly and bloom profusely in one summer. They can camouflage fences or walls, accent architecture, or soften structural lines—and at the same time add color, texture, and height; s
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National Pest Alert -- West Nile Virus in North America
West Nile encephalitis, a mosquito-transmitted disease, was first documented in North America during the summer of 1999, when an outbreak occurred in New York City. Since that time, cases of West Nile
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Iowa Soils -- Iowa Physical Environment Series
Find out more about Iowa’s “black gold” including the particles it’s made of, how to identify the different soil types found in Iowa, and soil conservation techniques to preserve it.
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Warm Season Grasses for Hay and Pasture
Switchgrass, Indiangrass, and big bluestem are warm-season grasses that are a suitable alternative for summer pasture in Iowa. Pasture efficiency may be improved by converting a percentage of the cool
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Iowa's Summer and Fall Wildflowers -- Iowa's Plants
Anyone interested in the beauty of the Iowa outdoors will find this booklet, prepared by the Iowa Association of Naturalists, useful for learning and teaching about the common plants in Iowa. This pub
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Iowa's Biological Communities -- Biological Communities
This publication provides an overview of the woodland, prairie, wetland, and waterway biological communities in Iowa. Also learn about how animals and plants have adapted to living in each of these e
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Whole-House Fans for Summer Cooling
A whole-house fan can help keep your house cool during much of spring, summer, and fall without using an air conditioner. Fans have advantages such as saving energy and money but also some disadvanta
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