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A nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center regularly provides a guest post. This week, Debra Schulze weighs in on fall fruits and vegetables. The chill of fall is in the air along with the bright red, orange and yellow colors of the...
Q. There is lots of Spanish moss growing in our trees. Is it true that the moss can kill the trees? A. What would Florida be without Spanish moss draping from the trees? While it looks like it could be causing harm, the truth is Spanish moss takes...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Gardening
OK, I'm over it now: Summer veggies from the farmers market are no more. I've stopped lamenting the absence of local corn and garden-fresh tomatoes. If I shift my cooking methods just a bit, I can embrace the bounty of cold-weather veggies. Not just...
Tags: Butter, Carrots, Salt, Soups, Lifestyle and Leisure
Wonder what "some of the absolute best cropland in the Red River Valley" is worth? In what could be a state record for the per-acre value of farmland, an 80-acre parcel in North Dakota's Walsh County sold for $800,000, or a whopping $10,000 per acre, at...
Drought conditions and increasing livestock feed prices have sheep producers searching for alternative feedstuffs. Sugar beet byproducts could be a viable option to provide high-quality forage in sheep operations in the upper Midwest, according to...
Beets are back in style. Long thought of as the food of older generations, or deemed too messy to deal with, beets have come back with the help of great chefs across the world. A culinary staple for thousands of years, beets are among the more striking...
Tags: Salt, Cheese, Pistachios, Lemons, Recipes
With the rise in consumer demand for foods made from non-genetically modified sources, producers have an opportunity to take a premium on crops that meet the standards for these specialty markets. However, whether producers choose to grow both genetically...
Dear Readers: Thank you for your prompt attention to my beet problem. As you recall, last month's article was about the over abundance of beets that I had growing in my garden and the need to use them in a useful manner. Well, with the help from you...
CAVALIER, N.D. -- Robert Vivatson smiles at the memory of his initial foray into irrigation in the mid 1990s. "We had a traveling gun (wheeled cart with attached sprinkler) and 40 acres of irrigated potatoes. It was trial-and-error," says Vivatson, a...
Chicago TribuneWalk the mustard aisle of any store, and "D" will stand for Dijon, a testament, perhaps, to the popularity of all those Grey Poupon commercials. But "D" also means Dusseldorf, an oft-overlooked style that has multiple culinary uses beyond garnishing a...
Tags: Butter, Williams-Sonoma Inc., Salt, Lifestyle and Leisure, Leeks
Well, if that don't beat all! Durn the luck, but my brain cavity couldn't see the trees for the forest. I guess I should have remembered the advice from the “Song of the Lazy Farmer,” who used to espouse sitting back and relaxing and letting life's...
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