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What Should I Do With My Land?

By Paul McKenzie, Ag Extension Agent (paul_mckenzie@ncsu.edu) [Author’s note, July 2016: For a more up-to-date take on this question, read …

Cool Season Vegetables

The cool-season vegetables are among my favorite garden crops. They can be planted earlier than most people even think …

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North Carolina Organic Grain Production Guide

Table of contents for the North Carolina Organic Grain Production Guide.

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This factsheet describes the symptoms of a synthetic auxin (SA) herbicide injury.

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Forage Quality Indices for Selecting Hay

This publication provides an overview of the differences in forage quality by reviewing a summary …

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This chapter of the North Carolina Organic Grain Production Guide offers a list of resources …

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Photo of roots of plants that are blackened and brittle.

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