STAFF BLOG ALL ABOUT FOOD The good, the bad and the great green tomato
I've been up and down and all around with the good, the bad and the great green tomato.
I'll begin with the good news. I spent a lovely weekend at Fall Mushroom Camp, hiking through the peaceful w... Posted on 9/26/11 at 10:39 AM
SPEARFISH – The state Board of Regents approved leases for six regional centers Thursday that will allow the Cooperative Extension Service to proceed with its reorganization in South Dakota, and leases are pending for two others.
BROOKINGS — Barry Dunn, dean of the South Dakota State University College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences and director of SDSU Extension, on Thursday announced the appointment of Rosie Nold as agriculture and natural resources program director for SDSU Extension, pending the approval of the South Dakota Board of Regents.
As the South Dakota Cooperative Extension Service restructures, many in the state are worried about how 4-H will be affected.
During a meeting Thursday at the Mitchell Public Library, about 50 area residents voiced their concern.
As an adult, they do little more than nibble on the foliage of an ash tree.
It’s the immature emerald ash borer, the larvae, that wreaks havoc on the tree, hindering its ability to transport water and nutrients as the bug feeds on the inner bark. Three to five years after the initial infestation, the tree succumbs and dies.
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