Some central Minnesota farmers will have an excellent corn harvest this fall while others will have one of their worst years. U-of-M Extension Educator Dan Martens says some of the topography in central Minnesota has flat farm fields with thick soils that don't drain well while others have sandy soils with more hills and slopes that allow rain to run off.
As the weather warms and the sun shines, it can be hard not to get into our lawns and gardens. But, a U-of-M Extension Educator and Horticulturist says you can do real damage to your lawn if you start raking and de-thatching too soon.
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