- New study guides poultry farmers on choosing eggs-actly the right hen housing system
- MSU researchers receive $7.7 million in specialty crop grants from USDA
- Herbicide could be turning evergreens brown, says AgBioResearch scientist
- AgBioResearch scientist cultivates improved sustainability practices for tree growers
- Cleaning up damaged trees after a windstorm: Use caution when dealing with downed trees and limbs and don’t hesitate to call a professional.
- Conifer genetics and tree improvement webinar series: A free webinar series is offered for Christmas tree and nursery growers that will discuss the elements of conifer genetic improvement.
- Why is my Christmas tree beginning to grow?: It may seem like a miracle when your Christmas tree breaks bud and begins to grow while on display, and it is, the miracle of nature.
- Living Christmas trees: Another real tree option: Enjoy holiday memories for years to come with a living tree.
- Choosing the right Christmas tree: Michigan farms and tree lots offer an array of great Christmas tree choices.
- Drought conditions begin to impact Michigan landscapes: Dry weather may put some trees and shrubs at risk. Watch for common signs of drought stress on landscape plants.
- Look before you plant landscape trees: Successful landscape plant selection and establishment begins with a thorough site assessment.
- Knowing soil nutrient status is first step in developing fertilizer program: Soil and foliar nutrient tests will help identify which plant nutrients are adequate and which may need to be added to improve the growth and quality of nursery stock and Christmas trees.
- What can I plant to replace my storm-damaged tree?: Michigan State University Extension tip sheets suggest alternatives for trees lost to recent storms.
- Which storm-damaged trees can be saved?: Deciding which trees to save after a storm often requires careful inspection.
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