February 2003 News from ISU Extension

Date 2003

News Release

Feb. 3

Pruning Trees: A Forester's View Point (Garden Column)

Feb. 5

Understanding Corn and Soybean Counter-Cyclical Payments in the New Farm Bill [Use by April 30]

Feb. 5

Tri-State Forestry Conference Scheduled in Wisconsin [Use by March 8]

Feb. 6

Bigleaf Hydrangeas Present Magical Color (Reiman's Pick)

Feb. 7

ISU Seed Conference Explores Biotechnology Issues [Use by Feb. 19]

Feb. 7

Field Crop Scout School Held on March 8

Feb. 10

Where Do Plant Pathogens Spend the Winter? (Garden Column)

Feb. 12

Model Swine Ventilation Room Travels to Four States [Use by March 3]

Feb. 13

Primroses are at Home Indoors and Outdoors (Reiman's Pick)

Feb. 13

Region Forestry Conference Planned

Feb. 17

Where Have All the Insects Gone? (Garden Column)

Feb. 17

Grain and Livestock Producers Invited to Nutrient Value Meetings [Use by March 4]

Feb. 17

ISU Seed Conference to Explore Biotechnology Issues [Use by Feb. 18, 4 p.m.]

Feb. 17

Exotic Newcastle Disease Confirmed in California Poultry

Feb. 20

Bromeliads Have Unique Water Needs (Reiman's Pick)

Feb. 20

NatureMapping Workshop Offered in Jefferson County [Use by March 8]

Feb. 20

4-H'ers to Showcase Community Service Projects at Legislative Day [Use by March 4]

Feb. 24

Caladiums - Colorful Foliage Plants for Shady Locations (Garden Column)

Feb. 26

Conservation Planning on Private Land Can Reduce Sediment Pollution

Feb. 27

Giant Wood Nymphs Are a Tranquil Sight (Reiman's Pick)

Feb. 28

Adult Learner Looks Toward New Career After Retiring From Current Job

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