University of Maryland Extension

Caroline County

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Overseas Adventures

Want to travel and explore new places! 4-H has a fantastic International Travel Program with trips to places like Japan, Costa Rica, Norway and South Korea!! Check out the link below to learn more:

Christmas In Caroline Helper Sign Up

Greetings! Please use this link to sign up to help at Christmas In Caroline. Thanks! Hope to see you there!

Stripe Rust Update from Jim Lewis

SMALL GRAINS DISEASE UPDATE BY: Nathan Kleczewski Cool to cold temperatures persist, which has squashed most disease progress in small grains. Most wheat is around Feekes 6-7 in many parts of the Delaware, and some barley is at boot or early head emergence. In wheat, diseases are scarce or nearly...

FCS Eastern Shore Newsletter

Please use the attached link to read the newsletter.

Important Forms and Deadlines

LIVESTOCK UPDATE: We will tag steers on Dec. 30 , from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at the 4-H Park. If you have not let Charlotte know you have a steer, please let her know right away. Service Learning Form Recordbook (Jr and Intermediate) Recordbook (Clover) Portfolio (Senior) Diamond Clover Information...

Write Your Own Nutrient Management Plan Training

The Farmer Training and Certification course provides an opportunity for farmers to learn how to write nutrient management plans for their own operations. As a producer, you have firsthand knowledge of your own crops, animals, and equipment. Who better to write your nutrient management plan than...

UME Caroline County Open House

Please join us at the University of Maryland Extension Office on October 30, 2014 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm to help us celebrate 100 years of serving our local communities! There will be light refreshments, give aways, and exhbits to entertain everyone. Please RSVP before October 20, 2014 to 410-479-...

Caroline County 2013-2014 Highlights

Caroline County 2013-2014 Nutrient Management Highlights

4-H Flash Newsletter

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What Is A Nutrient Management Plan?

What is Nutrient Management planning and what are some of the benefits of Nutrient Management to the farmer? The key principle behind Nutrient Management planning is to balance soil nutrient inputs with crop requirements. Benefits: Maintenance of optimum conditions for crop growth Protection of...


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