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Tuesday, March 31st, 2015: Potato, Solanum tuberosum  (Solanales: Solanaceae) - Peggy Greb, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bugwood.org

Image 1321046 is of potato (Solanum tuberosum ) research. It is by Peggy Greb at USDA Agricultural Research Service. Ivory Crisp potatoes (foreground) are ideal for chips, and Alturas potatoes (background) make great fries.

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015: Soybean, Glycine max  (Fabales: Fabaceae (Leguminosae)) - Scott Bauer, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bugwood.org

Image 1320087 is of soybean (Glycine max ). It is by Scott Bauer at USDA Agricultural Research Service.

Quick, cheap and simple raised beds that can be made for about 10$. Hoping to make 2-3 for the side of my house this weekend or next to plant with food :)

Raised Beds: Purchase two boards (which are naturally rot-resistant) - cut in half making long. Cut into four pieces a length of a pine stake to nail the cedar boards to at corners. Each box costs less than ten dollars.

Gardening 101: Starting Seeds Indoors via A Spicy Perspective #gardening #springfever

Starting Seeds Indoors

Thinking about starting seeds indoors this year? Let us help you give them a little push! Amy Jacko our Gardening Guru is here to get your seeds off to a good

Grow mustard as a cover crop and mulch.The advantage of sowing mustard are that it disinfects and regenerates the soil, it stimulates the life of the soil and curbs nematodes, especially potato root eelworm...

idagold mustard cover crop 2 Grow mustard as a cover crop and mulch.“The advantage of sowing mustard are that it disinfects and regenerates the soil, it stimulates the life of the soil and curbs nematodes, especially potato root eelworm.

Non celiac gluten sensitivity

Epidurals May Be Given Early or Late in Labor

Immune System, Loaded with Remade T-cells, Vanquishes Cancer. Could have some amazing impacts on WAS and other genetic disorders as well.

never buy celery again. cut the bottom and plant it in your garden or keep in pot indoors Say whaaaaat?

DIY Home Sweet Home

Did you know that you can grow another complete celery stalk from the bottom piece that you cut off and throw away? You may never need to buy celery again! wonder if this works inside?

NDSU Research Foundation - Fargo, ND

NDSU Research Foundation - Fargo, ND

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