Even when the afternoons are too hot for outdoor work, you can still make the most of the time with research and planning. Spend some time studying business, marketing, nutrition, animal health, and more. Consider new ways to direct market your beef. Find out how reproduction and animal health are related. Discover 96 horse breedsContinue reading “Get Ready for August 2016”
Blossom end rot may look like some type of dreaded bacterial disease, but it is actually a symptom of nutritional deficiency. Affected plants include: Tomatoes. Peppers. Eggplants. Squash. Watermelons.
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Forgive your enemies. It messes with their heads. —Unknown
We have updated our series on big predators in Kansas! Our mountain lion post now includes: New sightings. Additional information on old sightings. More information on where the mountain lions came from. A link to a handy interactive map of sightings. We have also added a new sighting and some additional details to our blackContinue reading “Big Predators Return to Kansas—Updated!”
Black rot is a particularly unpleasant fungal disease affecting: Members of the cabbage family. Apples. Grapes. Boston ivy. Virginia creeper. Several fungi species are involved. Note that the black rot which affects squash and pumpkins is just a phase of the disease known as gummy stem blight. The spores of the black rot fungus spreadContinue reading “Black Rot”
Luke 4:16–22 John 8:31–36 2 Corinthians 3:4–18 Galatians 4:21–31 Galatians 5
I hold that while man exists it is his duty to improve not only his own condition, but to assist in ameliorating mankind. —Abraham Lincoln