fertilizer



Cotton crop. (Courtesy photo.)
Some homeowners may choose to save on their watering bill by waiting a couple weeks later to seed cool-season grasses this year, says Kansas State University horticulture expert Ward Upham. (Photo courtesy of K-State Research and Extension.)

Now’s the time to fertilize warm-season grasses in Kansas

  • By Pat Melgares │ K-State Research and Extension
Onions (Photo: Cindy Haynes)

Gardeners enter home stretch for onions, tomatoes

  • By K-State Research and Extension news service
Fertilizer Recommendation Support Tool

USDA-grant supported FRST Project releases new fertilizer prediction tool

  • By John Lovett │ University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture
Winter garden row crops, such as sorghum, will be discussed during the Jan. 29 Winter Garden Row Crop Conference in Hondo. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Laura McKenzie)
Onions (Photo: Cindy Haynes)

Yard and Garden: planting and growing onions

  • By Aaron J. Steil │ Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
Some homeowners may choose to save on their watering bill by waiting a couple weeks later to seed cool-season grasses this year, says Kansas State University horticulture expert Ward Upham. (Photo courtesy of K-State Research and Extension.)

Lawn calendar for cool-season grasses

Fireplace burning firewood. Fire flames on wood logs, fireside bricks background. (Photo: iStock - Rawf8)

Don’t trash the ashes