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Are your fruit tissue sample analyses and soil analyses up to date? It is once again that time of year to consider your sampling needs. Sample analyses are good for three years. If you need to update...
Catch the BUZZ video about harvesting honey this summer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_d55cSiY4P0&feature=youtu.be
Attention 4-H Families and Friends! Have you purchased your MD 4-H Day at Camden Yards tickets yet? Sunday June 28, 2015 vs. the Cleveland Indians 1:35pm start time Tickets are only $14 $5 of each...
Complying with federal and state labor laws can be complicated matters for not only agricultural producers but any business operator. One aspect of federal labor law is verifying the individual is...
Rolling Clovers 4-H Club members participated in a team building exercise as part of their May meeting held at the homes of Allison and Austin Stoner and Marissa Roberts. The meeting was held on May...
(The following article appeared in the Spring 2015 edition of Terp magazine:) Trying to harvest a successful crop of strawberries could make any farmer go bananas. They’re a fussy fruit, susceptible...
Check out this month's issue of the Maryland State Fair Newsletter featuring online entries, Horticulture Contests, youth worker opportunities, and the 2015 Maryland State Fair 4-H schedule.
When Baltimore County resident Lisa Airey wanted to make jelly from the crabapple trees on her property in Monkton, she knew she had to do some thorough research first. Were the crabapples edible or...
Baltimore County Americorps/vista job opportunity
Baltimore County 4-H in conjunction with Americorps/Vista is offering a wonderful opportunity to gain valuable job experience. Baltimore County 4-H is located on a beautiful 149 acre farm in Hunt...
Carrollton 4-H members were welcomed by past president Nick Jones to their 2014 Club Achievement Banquet on May 4, 2015. After a pizza and salad dinner and foods prepared by our 4-H families, the...

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