August 2003 News from ISU Extension

Date 2003

News Release

Aug. 4 Examining the Causes of Troubled Trees (Garden Column)
Aug. 6 USDA Food Safety Mobile to Visit Iowa State Fair [Use before Aug. 17]
Aug. 6 Duct Tape Dress to Kitchen Sink at 4-H Building at Iowa State Fair [Use before Aug. 17]
Aug. 7 Prairie Sun Rudbeckia is a Real Black-Eyed Beauty (Reiman's Pick)
Aug. 11 Harvest Seeds for Next Year's Garden From this Year's Plants (Garden Column)
Aug. 12 Soybean Aphids Making a Mark
Aug. 13 Fall Forestry Field Days Announced [Use before Aug. 21]
Aug. 14 Joe Pye Weed Stands Tall in the Garden (Reiman's Pick)
Aug. 14 ___(Name)___ Takes Part in City Clerk Continuing Education
Aug. 14 Seminars Offered on Farm Businesses and Tax Issues
Aug. 15 ___(Name)___ Attends City Clerk Training
Aug. 15 ___(Name)___ Receives City Clerk Training
Aug. 15 ___(Name)___ Finishes City Clerk Professional Training
Aug. 18 Transplanting Peonies (Garden Column)
Aug. 19 Deteriorating Crop Conditions Tighten Corn and Soybean Supplies
Aug. 21 Peacock Orchid Provides Late Season Color (Reiman's Pick)
Aug. 25 Helping New Trees Survive the Summer in Iowa (Garden Column)
Aug. 26 Top 4-H Livestock Judging Teams Announced
Aug. 27 Quest to Understand the Role of Soy in Decreasing Risk of Heart Disease Continues
Aug. 27 Top 4-H Livestock Judging Teams Announced
Aug. 29 Saving the Regal Fritillary (Reiman's Pick)
Aug. 29 Corn Growers Need to "Know Where To Go"
Aug. 29 Naturemapping Workshop Offered in Black Hawk County
Aug. 29 Naturemapping Workshop Offered in Wright County


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