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Princess Anne, MD -- UMES has appointed Dr. Maifan Silitonga as the Associate Administrator for the 1890 Extension Program effective September 12, 2016. Dr. Silitonga brings with her a wealth of...
Registration for the Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professional (CBLP) certification pilot program will open via our website, cblpro.org , in early September. This Bay-wide certification for professionals...
National 4-H Council is now accepting applications for the 2017 4-H Youth in Action Awards to be presented at the eighth annual Legacy Awards in Washington, D.C. on March 21, 2017 . As the highest...
To think of my life without 4H would be like eating Oreos with no milk. You just can’t have one without the other. Never did I realize that joining the Carroll County 4H Program in 2008, would end up...
In the past, I have talked about several different problems with garlic, be it mites, nematodes, fungal or bacterial diseases. However, this year I am seeing something different that I will just call...
Catface in tomato
There have been some reports from growers of several sets of tomato fruit with catfacing or that are deformed (Fig 1). Catfacing results in fruit with deep indentations in the blossom end or fruit...
June is Dairy Month was recognized at the Rolling Clovers 4-H Club meeting on June 6. Marissa Roberts gave a demonstration on “How to fit a Heifer for Fitting and Showing. Allison Stoner gave a...
Thank you to the 4-H Community for helping me reach my goal of collecting over 10,000 diapers to support Baby's Bounty as part of my Diamond Clover Service Project! It took two trips in a mini-van to...
Thirty-eight 4-Hers from nine counties attended the State 4-H Aerospace Workshop on Sunday, July 17 from 2-7 pm at the Howard County Fairgrounds. Whether an experienced rocket modeler or newcomer to...
When Dr. Beyrouty came onboard with the University of Maryland Extension as the new Dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) in November 2015, Maryland’s landscape compared to...

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