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Field Notes – March 2017

Field Notes – March 2017

With gardening season now in full swing, David Redhage responds to the final book of the late “contrary farmer,” Gene Logsdon – a letter to young farmers on “new garden farms.”

In the same vein, we hope a look back over the many heirloom vegetable variety trial reports we’ve published may be helpful.

Before many pollinator plants can blossom, their habitats must literally burst into flame – which is why the Kerr Center recently conducted a prescribed burn on native prairie.

Every year, cow-calf operators have to decide which heifers to keep as replacements. It’s a challenging management task – and the Kerr Center offers a report to assist in it.

Field Notes – March 2017 (PDF, 500 KB)
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