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Plant & Soil Science Club Plant Sale May 5-7
Wednesday, May 5 2010 at 5:30 PM to Friday, May 7 at 3:00 PM
The Plant & Soil Science Club is having their Spring Bedding Plant Sale this week. A number of annuals and selected perennial plants will be available for sale. In addition, the club will be selling some house plants and some miscellaneous landscape plants including a few woody or herbaceous native plants. All sales will be held at the Sixth Street Greenhouse. The sale dates and times ar...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Environmental Horticulture
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ISDA Update on Grasshoppers and Other Pests
Thursday, May 27 2010 at 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
ISDA staff will be in Sandpoint to give an update on the ISDA Grasshopper Program and other potential pest problems. The two-hour program will offer 2 pesticide recertification credits.
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Extension | Bonner County
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Herbicide-resistant Weeds University of Idaho Tour Topic June 17
Posted: Friday, June 4 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – Herbicide-resistant weeds and weed control trials will be the focus of the University of Idaho annual Weed Science Field Day June 17. Registration for the tour will be held from 7:15 to 7:45 a.m. at the University Inn Best Western in the convention center lobby at the west entrance. The tour will begin at 8 a.m. and conclude with a hosted lunch at the UI Parker Research Farm east o...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Extension
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Wet Spring Delays Kimberly, Aberdeen Weed Research Tours Until June 22, 23
Posted: Monday, June 7 2010
TWIN FALLS, Idaho – Even weeds are slow to grow in the cold, wet weather across Idaho this spring, says Don Morishita, University of Idaho professor of weed science and extension specialist at the Kimberly Research and Extension Center. Plants are growing so slowly that the annual Kimberly Weed Research tour will be delayed a week until June 22 as will a similar tour at Aberdeen June 23. ...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Twin Falls | Extension
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Wet Spring Delays Kimberly, Aberdeen Weed Research Tours Until June 22, 23
Tuesday, June 22 2010 to Wednesday, June 23
TWIN FALLS, Idaho – Even weeds are slow to grow in the cold, wet weather across Idaho this spring, says Don Morishita, University of Idaho professor of weed science and extension specialist at the Kimberly Research and Extension Center. Plants are growing so slowly that the annual Kimberly Weed Research tour will be delayed a week until June 22 as will a similar tour at Aberdeen June 23. ...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Twin Falls | Extension
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July 7 Field Day Highlights University of Idaho Canola, Mustard Research
Posted: Friday, July 2 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – Fields of gold brighten Northwest landscapes during spring and summer. A July 7 rapeseed, canola and mustard field day sponsored by the University of Idaho will explore the research, led by plant breeder Jack Brown, that produced the wealth of golden blooms cultivated by growers. The university's ninth field day devoted to oilseed crops will begin at 8 a.m. The free event wil...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Jack Brown | Plant Biotechnology | Extension
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Kimberly Twilight Tour Highlights University of Idaho Ag Research
Posted: Wednesday, July 7 2010
Written by Bill Loftus KIMBERLY, Idaho – The University of Idaho's fourth biennial Twilight Tour on July 21 at the Kimberly Research and Extension Center will focus on agricultural research. The tour will offer research updates on crops including corn, beans, potatoes, sugar beets and alfalfa. Other researchers will discuss their work on irrigation, crop storage and other studies. The popular tou...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Twin Falls | Extension
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Biocontrol Workshop: Knapweed Seedhead weevil July 16
Friday, July 16 2010 at 9:00 AM
Paul Brusven of the Nez Perce Biocontrol Center in Lapwai, Idaho will talk about the introduction, biology and management of the knapweed seedhead weevil (Larinus minutus) to control knapweed. The July 16 program will consist of a short lecture followed by a release demonstration and distribution of insects. The program takes place at the UIdaho Extension office at the Bonner County Fa...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Extension | Bonner County
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Bonner County Focuses on Knapweed Root Boring Weevil Aug. 20
Friday, August 20 2010 at 9:00 AM
Paul Brusven of the Nez Perce Biocontrol Center in Lapwai, Idaho will talk about the introduction, biology and management of the knapweed root boring weevil (Cyphocleonus achates) to control knapweed. The program will consist of a short lecture followed by a release demonstration and distribution of insects. The program takes place at the UI Extension office at the Bonner County Fairgrounds Aug. 2...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Extension | Bonner County
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University of Idaho Interdisciplinary Colloquium: Jodi Johnson-Maynard
Tuesday, October 5 2010 at 12:30 PM
The University of Idaho Interdisciplinary Colloquium series features distinguished members of the University community who present and describe their approach to teaching and/or research. The lectures explore the specific subjects and methodologies that define the disciplines within which the speakers work. The series is sponsored by the University Research Office and the University Honors Progra...
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Agricultural and Life Sciences | Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences | Jodi Johnson-Maynard | Research
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