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The NEBLINE, September 2006

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Contents: 4-H Partners With Lincoln After-School Programs After-School Youth Participate in County Fair 4-H Activities Free E-mail Horticulture Newsletter Storing Vegetables and Fruit Too Late to Spray Bagworms Deep Watering in Fall Can Prevent Tree Death A Clean Garden This Fall Means A Disease-Free Garden Next Spring Take Precautions To Avoid Serious Injury When Operating ATVs Stocking Up on MyPyramid- Style After-School Snacks Fruit Muesli Recipe $tretch Your Food Dollars with Beans President’s Notes — Alice’s Analysis Household Hints: Stain Removal Tips Fall Maintenance FCE News & Events Starting the “New Year” Out Right Chemical Control of Eastern Redcedar Eastern Nebraska Farmers are Rediscovering Wheat A Few Bad Wasps Spoils the Whole Bunch Make a Cheap, Simple Trap for Yellowjackets Hands-On Termite Applicator Training, Sept. 27 & 28 Windstream Donates $3,000 for 4-H Camp Scholarships State Horse Expo Results 4-H’ers Invited to Attend Dennis Reis’ “No Dust Tour” FREE Karen & Joel Armstrong 4-H Thanks Sponsors Results of Firth Listening Sessions Reported at Town Hall Meeting Listening Sessions Gather Input from Firth Community Driver Safety Course, Sept. 13 & 14 2006 Make It Yourself with Wool Contest 4-H’ers Aim for Excellence at Lancaster County Fair 4-H Kick Off U.S. Drought Monitor Ma

Topics: Agriculture
Publisher: DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.unl.edu:neblines-1067

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