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  • Declining Oak Trees

    Does your grand oak look a little rough? Is your oak tree dying? There isn’t a clear answer for every oak. Several culprits could be the cause of your oak trees decline.
  • Agriculture and Horticulture Resources from University of Minnesota Extension

    The University of Minnesota Extension has a broad range of informational resources available to the public. Many of these resources are readily available to the public 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
  • Weeds to Watch - Wild Parsnips

    Wild parsnips (Pastinaca sativa) is a weed to watch and control in Meeker and McLeod Counties. Plants are primarily found along the edges of fields, ditches, and areas that are not in crop production. There can be concerns if hay is made with these plants due to their toxicity when ingested.
  • Selecting Trees and Shrubs in Windbreaks

    Windbreaks can provide a number of benefits including wind protection, control of drifting snow, energy savings, odor abatement, wildlife habitat establishment and more.
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