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  • 2012
  • July

Using Surface Water for Drip Irrigation

Many growers have no choice but to rely on pond or stream water for irrigation because groundwater is too deep to justify the cost of drilling or the quality is too poor to be used for irrigation.
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Osage Orange: Identification and Management

Osage orange [Maclura pomifera (RAF.) C. Schneider] is a native tree species also known as bois d'arc, hedge apple, bodark, horse apple and bowwood. Its natural range was limited primarily to the Red...
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  • A Noble Journey

Food Delivery to the Villages

The past couple of weeks I've had the opportunity to help deliver food from the farm to the villages.
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  • A Noble Journey

A Change in Direction

Local connections and marketplace encourage Watoto's vegetable farm toward a new direction.
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  • 1997
  • April

Ladybug Invasion

There is a new bug in town. You probably know that already, it is hard not to notice a few thousand of them in your home. What you may not know is that this is a different Lady Beetle than you have seen before.
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  • 2018
  • January

Plan on Pruning Your Fruit Trees

Will Chaney, senior research association, discusses when and why you should prune fruit trees as well as different ways to train tree branch growth.

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  • 2019
  • February 2019

How to Do a Perc Soil Test for Fruit and Pecan Production

A percolation (perc) test is a soil test used to determine the adsorption of water into the soil. The perc test is also very important in agriculture because soil drainage can affect production of crops, including fruits and pecans.

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  • 2019
  • April 2019

Using a Chicken Moat to Grow Fruit, Vegetables and Raise Poultry

A chicken moat is an enclosure built around an area generally used for some form of fruit and vegetable production. The main purpose is to provide a barrier between your agriculture crops and predators, including insects, rabbits and deer.

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So You Want to Grow Fruit

There is a growing demand for locally grown fruit, both small fruit and tree fruit. Join Steve Upson, Noble Research Institute senior soils and crops consultant, as he reviews the various practices that fruit growers need to master to be successful.

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