Summer can be very busy, but don’t forget to learn and brainstorm. Spend some time enjoying nature, researching animals, and growing healthy plants. Brush up on your birdwatching vocabulary. Discover how wood type affects the sound of your guitar. Explore the 11 physiographic regions of Kansas. Learn about rare and popular breeds of livestock. ConsiderContinue reading “Get Ready for July 2016”
As its name suggests, bacterial wilt is a bacterial disease affecting cucurbits, such as:
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Happiness depends more upon the internal frame of a person’s own mind, than on the externals in the world. —George Washington
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Bacterial leaf spot is a disease affecting several plants of interest to gardeners:
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For God has not given us a a spirit of timidity, but of power and love and discipline. —2 Timothy 1:7
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Anthracnose, also called bird’s-eye spot, is a disease caused by several similar species of fungus. These fungi affect many plants: