Home Fruit Cultivars of Northern Wisconsin

Brian R. Smith, Teryl R. Roper Revised:  7/5/2010 Item number:  A2488 Find out which fruit cultivars are recommended for your area of Northern Wisconsin. Describes flavor, ripening date, winter hardiness, and more. This 16-page fact sheet covers the following: – tree fruits (apples, pears, crabapples)– stone fruits (apricots, tart cherries, plums)– small fruits (strawberries, raspberries, […]

Turf Diseases of the Great Lakes Region

S.W. Abler, G. Jung Revised:  5/11/2010 Item number:  A3187 Want to know what’s ailing your lawn, park, or golf course turf and how to cure it? Turn to Turf Diseases of the Great Lakes Region. Click here to view this 32-page publication which is packed with crisp color close-ups and detailed descriptions to help you […]

Managing Turfgrass Pests in Wisconsin

Chris Williamson, John Stier, Jeff Gregos, Roger Flashinski Revised:  5/11/2010 Item number:  A3714 Turfgrasses cover more than 30 million acres in the United States. The majority of this acreage is comprised of over 50 million lawns, the remainder is divided among golf courses, athletic fields, sod farms, cemeteries, and other related sites. In its many […]

Lawn Establishment & Renovation

John C. Stier Revised:  5/11/2010 Item number:  A3434 Tips for establishing your turf to give your new lawn the best chance for success. Click here to view this publication Download Article

Lawn Maintenance

John C. Stier Revised:  5/11/2010 Item number:  A3435 Fertilizing, watering, and mowing all help you maintain a healthy lawn. This fact sheet covers these, plus how to deal with lawn problems such as diseases, weeds, soil compaction and renovation of old lawns. Download Article

Viburnum Borer

Major branch dieback, plant decline, and plant death on Viburnum species in Wisconsin are commonly associated with the caterpillars of clearwing borer moths. Heavily infested plants appear unhealthy, and often show swelling, cracks and emergence holes at the base of the plant.

Tomato Pruning

Tomatoes are a popular vegetable that many people grow in their home gardens. Pruning tomatoes can create stronger and healthier plants that will grow larger numbers of higher quality tomato fruits later into the growing season.

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