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Tomatoes Slow to Ripen?
The hot weather we have had recently not only interferes with flower pollination but also can affect how quickly fruit matures. The best temperature for tom (More)
Fertilizing Strawberries
Strawberry beds might be done producing for the summer, but that doesn’t mean we can forget them. An August application of nitrogen on spring-bearing strawber (More)
Recommended Trees for Kansas
Fall is a great time to plant a tree. If you have been wanting to get a tree planted in your landscape, start shopping now. K-State has tested many shade trees (More)
Harvesting Onions
Did you plant onions this year? We are getting close to harvest time. This video shows you how to best harvest and store onions. By: More)
How to Pick a Ripe Melon
Telling when a melon is ready to be harvested can be a challenge, or it may be quite easy. It all depends on the type of melon. Let’s start with the easy one. Muskmelons are one of those crops that tell you when they are ready to be picked. This c (More)
K-State Garden Hour
K-State Research and Extension is hosting a virtual garden hour! We hope you'll join us each week on Wednesdays at noon for some horticultural refr (More)
Tomato Leaf Spots
Everyone loves to grow tomatoes but unfortunately, they can be prone to disease. If your tomatoes have ever looked brown and splotchy you might have a leaf spot disease. The link below will help guide you when diagnosing and preventing tomato disease (More)
Planting for Fragrance
If you want to sit in your garden and not only enjoy the sites, but also the smells consider planting some fragrant flowers. Floral fragrance effects our emo (More)
Kansas Gardening Resources
If you are a new gardener or would like to freshen up your skills, K-State Research and Extension is here to help. We offer a variety of local and research-based information for all your gardening questions. This video shows some of our favorite reso (More)
Horticulture Hot Topics Webinar Series
Educational Seminars: Herbs- From Seed to Seasoning, May 7 at 3:00p.m. Lawn Care Basics for Kansas, May 14 at 3:00p.m. Veggie Gardening 101, May 21 at 7:00p.m. Dealing with the Dreaded Bagworm, May 28 at 7:00p.m. More)
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