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Winter Weather and Small Flocks: What You Need to Know

As winter approaches, it is important to make sure that equipment and housing are ready well in advance. By starting winter preparations early, there will be plenty of time to fix any problems before the cold sets in.
Landscaping for Resilience in a Changing Climate banner over image of flowers
The Earth’s climate is changing. Impacts - including higher temperatures, warming water temperatures, rising sea levels, and longer periods of extreme weather - are already being felt in the...

Our Recent Weather Swings Causes "Plant Confusion"

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Our unusual weather in recent weeks has inspired spring blooms to begin early. They were subsequently pummeled by the return of winter weather and temperatures over several nights. Sensitive foliage, buds, and blooms may or may not survive the frosts, but don't worry - almost all plants will be...
Articles on soil organic matter, dectes stem borer, ticks and lyme disease, and sulfur. Updates on weather research and statewide crop reports are also inside!More info
Inside this Issue 4-H Bay Stewards Build Capital Howard County Students Take Weather to the Extreme Empowering Women Farmers in Afghanistan Stormwater Law and You Cecil County WSA - Off and Running! Southern Maryland Counties...More info
Table of Contents: GMO corn: To stack, or not to stack, that is the question!, Handy Bt Trait Table, Agriculture outlook for 2013, Crop Reports, Agriculture Weather Report, Announcements, Upcoming Events, Did You Know, Agronomy...More info
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