Agriculture
Diplodia and other corn rots rear ugly ears in parts of Missouri

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Lawn and garden
Mum's not the word: Chrysanthemums shout with bold colors

Few flowers signal fall’s arrival more than the cheerful chrysanthemum, mum for short. Mums’ long-lasting blooms show off for weeks, long after other flowers have clocked out for the season. Read more

Natural resources
The black walnuts in your backyard are healthy

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Continuing education, seminars and noncredit courses
Why be a part of Osher@Mizzou

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Community and leadership
Arts can favorably impact local and regional economies

Join us for this two-day training, CDA Explores the Arts and Economic Development, to learn how culture can be an addition and diversification of traditional community and economic development practices. Read more

Nutrition and health
Pumpkin: jack-o'-lantern of all trades

While many people throughout the world use pumpkin as a staple in their diet, in the United States this colorful member of the gourd plant family is used primarily for decoration. Read more

4-H
Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame inducts 54 members

“Making the best better” for generations of Missouri 4-H Club members, 54 volunteers joined the Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame on Aug. 13 at State Fair Community College in Sedalia. Read more

Emergency management
Reduce your risk of injury or death from lightning

If you see lightning, count the seconds until you hear thunder, then divide by five. This is the distance in miles the lightning is away. Any distance less than 10 miles puts you in danger. Seek shelter immediately. Read more

Families and relationships
Car seat safety

Car crashes kill more children 1 to 14 years old than any other cause, so adults need to know which child safety seats to use and how to install them correctly. Read more

Home and consumer life
MU Extension offers mobile energy education unit

The mobile unit gives homeowners and renters an opportunity to learn different ways they can make their home more efficient, comfortable and less expensive to heat or cool. Read more

Business and careers
BDP turns 50

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'City girl turned farmer' headlines Pearls of Production workshop

The hands-on workshop features sessions on small tractor and ATV maintenance, farm safety for women, and local marketing of farm products. Read more

USDA grant to help veterans, Latinos, women and others to farm

Extension specialists will offer "Understanding the Alphabet Soup of USDA Programs" and "Grow Your Farm" near military bases and "StrikeForce zones," locations USDA has identified as high-poverty areas. Read more

October gardening calendar

Plant spring bulbs among hostas, ferns, daylilies or ground covers. As these plants grow in the spring they will hide the dying bulb foliage. Read more

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Bumper crop may cause storage issues

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Sept. 12 crop production report estimates corn production up by 11 percent over last year. USDA predicts 3 percent more soybean this year. Read more

Improved breeding for quality beef can gain top prices for herd owners

Cow herd owners leery of the futures market or insurance for risk management can look to quality beef for protection. Read more

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Wet weather can cause seeds to sprout on the plant

Farmers may see sprouting of corn and soybean seed where there has been a combination of rain and high temperatures. Read more

Protective gear helps prevent respiratory problems

Without protective gear, working around grain dust can cause severe respiratory problems, Read more

Reduce risks to prevent falls

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, falls are the leading cause of injury and death in adults age 65 and older. Read more

Myths and facts about food safety

We shares some myths and facts about food safety from Fight Bac!, the Partnership for Food Safety Education. Read more

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