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Soil Test Analysis Results: Take a Second Look A soil test analysis is one of the most important parts of the Nutrient Management Plan.  Typical farm management leads to certain expectations from soil testing. Occasionally folks come into the office with questionable results.
The annual Tri-County EAC Picnic Harford County Extension Advisory Council was proud to host the annual Tri-County Picnic on July 22, 2013, welcoming guests from throughout Harford, Baltimore and Carroll Counties to celebrate Extension and showcase its role in our local community. 
Ginseng, a Unique Alternative Crop This article originally appeared in the August 2013 issue of Harford County's "Ag Notes" newsletter.
Controlling Buttercup in Pastures As the warm summer days draw nearer, the yellow buttercup-ridden pastures of spring are starting to return to their normal green color. Buttercup is, in my opinion, one of the most annoying weeds. It’s toxic to livestock, spreads aggressively, and is difficult to control. Although it’s dying back a bit now, buttercup is a perennial so although less visible it’s not actually gone!
Insect Controls  Some Reduced Risk Pesticides Used in Vegetables
Examining an Organic Control for Flea Beetles on Eggplant Gerald Brust, Caragh Fitzgerald, Dave Clements, Jon Traunfeld, and Bryan Butler Dececember 2006 Summary


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