Montgomery County, Iowa

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lime

What is the purpose for liming the soil

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Montgomery County Iowa over 2 years ago

wild parsnip

We live on edge of a new crp field and wild parsnip is now growing near our backyard. What should I expect the owner of the crp field to do so it doesn't spread to my yard?

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Montgomery County Iowa almost 3 years ago

Linden tree and EAB

Have a linden tree in Stanton that, until early fall, was healthy. Within the space of two weeks about a third of the tree seems to be dying. A local tree service told us that the linden is EAB's second choice after ash trees. I have done some web searches and every source agrees that eab has only been found in one other tree in North America, Old Man's Beard in Pennsylvania. I'm confused. Is this eab or another pest? Can we save the tree or is it too late? Any guidance would be appreciated. Thank you.

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Montgomery County Iowa over 2 years ago

Where can I find local crop prices?

I will be entering into a share crop partnership in 2014. I can see the future crop prices on AGweb and in newspaper, but don't know how to access current price of crop going to be sold locally and within the current time frame. How can I access these prices and from different graineries?

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Montgomery County Iowa corn soybeans over 5 years ago

Selling hot coffee at a farmers market

We have a vendor that is interested in selling disposable cups of hot coffee at our Red Oak Farmers Market. These cups of hot coffee would be brewed on-site. Are there any regulations this vendor should be aware of? Could this vendor also sell shots of espresso?

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Montgomery County Iowa 2 months ago

worm

We live in a berm home and have had hundreds of worms lately. They are about one inch long and curl up when touched. Can you tell us what they are? Will they continue to be a problem? Is it because of the wet year? What can we do to get rid of them? Thank you, Donna

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Montgomery County Iowa over 3 years ago

Binder weed bug

Planted Diablo Ninebark shrubs four years ago. What appeared late summer was what I'm guessing is a binder weed. It attacked one of the bushes. When I removed the vine it was covered with tiny orange bugs. The bush has died. Want to replace it but am wondering if the weed or bug will return next year.

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Montgomery County Iowa insect issues over 2 years ago

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