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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA EXTENSION

COVID put a stop to much of the gathering that these ladies have been a part of for decades. They were thrilled to come together as a group with nearly 60 strong.
The tour is a fun and educational event where attendees have the opportunity to visit the U of M St. Paul Campus and the Minnesota Zoo
Studies examine crop's positive response to sulfur on heavy, high organic soils.
Farmers and others involved in agriculture will have an opportunity to learn more about the ARC/PLC programs and factors to consider when making elections for the 2022 crop year.

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Because nitrate is mobile in the soil and it cycles quickly, soil nitrate testing may be a helpful tool in managing residual nitrate.
When the pandemic really hit the area in spring 2020, there was a “demand shock” as people bought extra products and bought different products based on what funds they had available. Both changed the demand and “disrupted” the supply chain.
An awareness of potential fire hazards on your farm as well as a plan to address them are key components in protecting your farm and your people.
Conference will allow Staples to show off their business development success stories.
University of Minnesota Extension specialists spent the day on July 8 demonstrating trials at its plot in Rochester.
Due to their importance to the environment, gardeners should focus on making their garden friendly to pollinators.

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SNAP-Ed has several ways to eat healthier this summer in the Wadena area. Find out more here.
Producers only need to attend one of these free workshops to receive a three-year BQA certification, and they will also learn the steps needed to begin their own Secure Beef Supply plan.
Whether you're preparing for your first calving season or a seasoned pro, this six-part series could be a game changer.

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