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I'm planting a garden with lettuce, bell peppers, snap peas, cucumbers, strawberries, and raspberries. What pesticides do you recommend for insects in the Fargo Moorhead area? Any insight you could offer on the safety of pesticide use would be appreciated - the SDS's are a bit difficult to interpret. Any natural or homemade alternatives?
Thank you so much for your help answering my questions!
Clay County MN horticulture Posted about 14 hours ago
Grand Forks County ND Posted 7 days ago
Last fall I over seeded my yard and removed crabgrass. Yard looked great last fall. I've been using Scott's fertilizer. I follow the program they have. Was going great until this spring. Everyone else's grass woke up except mine. Now I dont know what to do. I pride myself on my lawn and it looks terrible. Any help would be appreciated.
Burleigh County ND Posted 17 days ago
Can anyone explain why these trees are dying from the bottom up? They appear to be cedars.
Cass County ND Posted 27 days ago
To make mowing easier and to limit damage from mowers and string trimmers, is applying roundup around the base of a tree an ok practice? (This is on a golf course, so we have lots of trees). Do you have a publication on this? Is there a better alternatve?
Pembina County North Dakota Posted 28 days ago
What is the best grass to grow for a low water use lawn in Bismarck. I would like an acceptable looking lawn without breaking the budget due to new water rates.
Burleigh County North Dakota Posted 30 days ago
I live in Minot. Are there any spring-planted bulbs that would survive here over the winter without having to be dug up?
Ward County North Dakota Posted about 1 month ago
I've got several ash trees with these on them the white area is very hard and the inside is very dry and brittle wood almost like sawdust. should i cut these all down that have these? or let them be?
Dunn County North Dakota Posted about 1 month ago
Last summer my plot of sweet corn developed corn smut. We live SE of Fargo a few miles. We use a 50'x100' garden plot.
I physically removed the infected corn and stalks and burned it in a barrel outside of my garden. The garden was tilled for fall prep, except for the area where the infected corn was growing.
Is there anything I should do for spring prep? Can I till and utilize this area for other vegetables? I understand the fungus can stay in the soil for 3-10 yrs. Does this fungus affect other garden vegetables?
Thank you for your time and consideration,
Glenn Trautman II
Clay County Minnesota corn smut Posted 3 months ago