Home Lawn and Garden Soil Test Self-Mailer (E3154)
Published on April 17, 2023
Whether you are concerned with contamination from lead or other materials in your soil, or just want to avoid overfertilization. This kit comes complete with everything you'll need to submit a soil sample for testing to the MSU Soils Laboratory.
Identification Guide to Boxwood and its Lookalikes
Published on May 12, 2022
This guide will help you identify boxwoods as well as similar-looking plants so that you can tell the difference between them.
Using Bands to Protect Shade Trees from Spongy Moth
Published on May 4, 2022
Hiding bands and barrier bands can help protect individual shade trees from spongy moth, formerly gypsy moth.
Published on April 25, 2022
When can I plant? Check your area’s frost free date.
New Name, Familiar Pest: Dealing with Outbreaks of Spongy Moth, Formerly Gypsy Moth - Questions and Answers
Published on April 14, 2022
A spongy moth webinar, part of the NotMISpecies series, aired on April 14, 2022. Viewers submitted questions that have been addressed by the experts who presented the webinar. This document includes the questions and answers, grouped by topic area.
Lead Safety for the Home Gardener
Published on March 18, 2022
Information about lead found in soils, vegetables, water and crops. Learn what is safe and resources available to you.
Lymantria Dispar Aerial Survey
Published on November 5, 2021
Lymantria dispar, formerly gypsy moth, aerial survey map for 2021.
Growing the Next Generation: Grandfriends and Gardens
Published on June 30, 2021
Seniors in Ionia County, Michigan garden with preschoolers to grow the next generation of learners and gardeners.
EMG District 13 Community Gardens
Published on June 4, 2021
Up-to-date listing of community gardens located within the seven counties of MSU Extension District 13: Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Kalamazoo, St. Joseph, and Van Buren.
Spotted Lanternfly: A Colorful Cause for Concern
Published on November 30, 2020
Learn how to identify spotted lanternfly and take steps to slow its spread.