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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Grundy County

Welcome to our website. Information from ISU and Grundy County Extension is available to the public any time of day. The top and side navigation bars will quickly help you find and access topics and information of interest to you. We look forward to serving you.

 
Iowa State Extension serves Iowans through six program areas:

  • Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • Business and Industry
  • Communities
  • Families
  • 4-H Youth Development
  • Continuing Education

ISU Extension can "Help You Become Your Best".  Our Mission.
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County News

September 30, 2013

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November 24, 2014

AMES, Iowa – Iowa State University Extension and Outreach will offer the Crop Advantage Series to producers at 13 locations across Iowa during January. Crop Advantage Series provides the latest information to promote profitable decision-making for upcoming growing seasons.

November 24, 2014

Everyone loves holiday flowers – they’re beautiful and a perfect addition to holiday celebrations. But they aren’t much good if they don’t bloom, are they? In order to make holiday flowers perennial and beautiful for years to come, special care must be taken. Horticulturists with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach tell how to make sure holiday plants look great for years to come. To have additional houseplant questions answered visit the Yard and Garden FAQs, contact the ISU Hortline at 515-294-3108 or hortline@iastate.edu.

November 18, 2014

AMES, Iowa – The challenging weather conditions of the past summer have led to slower crop development, sluggish harvest, and delayed manure application this fall. Approximately 90 percent of soybean and 60 percent of corn have been harvested with higher percentages still standing in some localized regions of Iowa. With freezing temperatures occurring, it is essential to consider the impact weather has on manure management on the farm.

November 18, 2014

AMES, Iowa -- Upcoming Iowa State University Extension and Outreach meetings will provide guidance for Iowa farmland owners and operators reviewing options under the Agricultural Act of 2014, commonly known as the Farm Bill. Farmland owners and operators must make decisions on base acre and yield updates along with choosing an Agriculture Risk Coverage or Price Loss Coverage commodity program.

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Iowa State University Extension & Outreach News

November 17, 2014 12:36 PM

With freezing temperatures occurring, it is essential to consider the impact weather has on manure management on the farm.

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