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Published on November 10, 2015
Conservation of natural enemies of insects (predators and parasitoids) and pollinators (bees) around the farm or garden can help suppress pests and increase crop yields. Many beneficial insects rely on plants for nectar and pollen or shelter.
Published on November 6, 2015
Kentucky bluegrass is the most widely used turfgrass in Michigan. It is used in home lawns, institutional grounds, parks and athletic fields. The species is persistent and attractive and has a medium to fine leaf texture and medium to dark green color.
Published on October 26, 2015
Fruit crops such as apples, cherries, pears, peaches, raspberries and strawberries are common sights in gardens in the Midwest. Several less well known plants also produce edible fruit, and many are attractive to wildlife and have ornamental value.
Published on October 20, 2015
Learn about the best that the Great Lakes State has to offer with help from Michigan State University Extension’s Michigan Fresh educational campaign.