Winnebago County, Iowa

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grass

I have in my lawn a great deal of course grass which has a broad blade. I do not want this grass in the lawn as I want the fine thin bladed grass. How do I get rid of the course grass ?

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Winnebago County Iowa over 4 years ago

Ag Ext. Council Members

How can I become an Ag Extension Council Member?

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Winnebago County Iowa over 4 years ago

tree roots

I have cut down a number of volunteer trees and sumac large bushes. The tree stumps and sumac stumps continue to try to regrow quickly. What can I use to kill these systems ? Thanks, David Dakken.

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Winnebago County Iowa over 4 years ago

woodbine

How can we get rid of woodbine ?

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Winnebago County Iowa almost 4 years ago

2018 soybean seed

I have some 2035 Asgrow seed left over. What is the downside of saving it for seeding in 2019?

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Winnebago County Iowa 11 months ago

Dealing with Medical Debt

Just received Notice to right to Cure from a the local Debt collector for Medical bills. Have not been good at paying up to this point. I owe over $ 2,000. What is the best way to deal with this without it going to garnishment ? I have been told maybe to contact the original Organization that I owe money too. Is this a good thing to do ? Please help me

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Winnebago County Iowa over 5 years ago

Divided Hostas

We recently started a landscaping project in our front yard. Before the project began, there were six healthy, large (at least 3-4 feet wide), deep green hostas lining the pathway. I was not clear enough in my instructions to the landscapers, and when they removed the plants to save for replanting along the new walk, they proceeded to divide up the plants. I now have 15+ hosta parts. Can I group these together when I replant to make six large plants again? Will they come back as a single plant next spring? Or do I now have numerous smaller plants? When can I expect them to get as large as they were before the unwanted division?

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Winnebago County Iowa flowers perennials hostas hosta division almost 3 years ago

wire worms

This summer we have seen a large number of what we call a wire worm getting in our home which is on a small acreage. The worms are about an inch and a qtr. in length and hard bodied. When touched they curl into a small circle. What are these worms , where co they come from and how do I get rid of them ? I spray a chemical around the doors, and in the lower furnace room and other areas I suspect they come into the house.

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Winnebago County Iowa over 3 years ago

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