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Strawberries For The Home Garden, Michael Pace, Jerry Goodspeed, Adrian Hinton, Shawn Olsen 2017 Utah State University

Strawberries For The Home Garden, Michael Pace, Jerry Goodspeed, Adrian Hinton, Shawn Olsen

Shawn Olsen

No abstract provided.


Gambel Oak Care, Shawn Olsen, Debbie Amundsen 2017 Utah State University

Gambel Oak Care, Shawn Olsen, Debbie Amundsen

Shawn Olsen

No abstract provided.


Grass Pasture Response To Water And Nitrogen, Robert W. Hill, Robert Newhall, Scott Williams, Brian Andrew 2017 Utah State University

Grass Pasture Response To Water And Nitrogen, Robert W. Hill, Robert Newhall, Scott Williams, Brian Andrew

Scott Williams

The objective of this project is to study the response of pasture grass varieties to weather, irrigation and fertility in a field experimental plot at a high elevation. The water variable is accomplished with a line source sprinkler irrigation system. Two nitrogen fertility levels were imposed on two of the grass varieties


Managing Soil Ph In Utah, Jody Gale, Rich Koenig 2017 Utah State University

Managing Soil Ph In Utah, Jody Gale, Rich Koenig

Jody Gale

PH is a measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a substance. The range of pH for most soils is from 4 to 10 (Figure 1). The pH scale is logarithmic, meaning that a change in one numerical pH unit equals a 10-fold change in acidity or alkalinity.


Solutions To Soil Problems: I. High Salinity (Soluble Salts), Vernon Parent, Rich Koenig 2017 Utah State University

Solutions To Soil Problems: I. High Salinity (Soluble Salts), Vernon Parent, Rich Koenig

Vernon Parent

Salinity is a measure of the total amount of soluble salts in soil. As soluble salt levels increase, it becomes more difficult for plants to extract water from soil. Some plants are more resistant than other’s, but as the salt levels exceed their ability to extract water, they become water stressed.


Shrub Selection For Utah Landscapes, Taun Beddes, JayDee Gunnell, Heidi Kratsch, Rick Hefelbower 2017 Utah State University

Shrub Selection For Utah Landscapes, Taun Beddes, Jaydee Gunnell, Heidi Kratsch, Rick Hefelbower

Jaydee Gunnell

Urban and suburban landscapes present special challenges concerning shrub selection in Utah. Due to our distinctive climate, shrubs must be able to withstand intense sunlight, low relative humidity, drying winds, and limited seasonal precipitation. Additionally, landscapes may also have shady locations and areas of high moisture that create unique situations. This means that ideally before purchasing shrubs, a person should research suitable species adapted to the specific location where they will be planted. Even with the unique conditions that challenge shrub species, many still perform well and should be used more often in the landscape. They soften architectural structures, provide ...


Water-Wise Landscaping: Plant Maintenance, Taun Beddes, Heidi A. Kratsch 2017 Selected Works

Water-Wise Landscaping: Plant Maintenance, Taun Beddes, Heidi A. Kratsch

Taun Beddes

No abstract provided.


Lawn Fertilizers For Cool Season Turf, Taun Beddes, Kelly Kopp 2017 Utah State University

Lawn Fertilizers For Cool Season Turf, Taun Beddes, Kelly Kopp

Taun Beddes

Lawns provide a durable and functional surface for many outdoor activities while adding beauty to the landscape. For these reasons, a healthy, green lawn is the goal of many homeowners and landscape managers. Keeping a lawn healthy and green may require many management practices such as mowing, irrigation and aerification. Often, these practices will include fertilizing with supplemental nutrients at various times during the growing season. This promotes optimum turf color, improves re-growth, and increases tolerance to wear, drought, insects and disease. The broad number of fertilizer options available from retailers can make choosing a fertilizer difficult. However, choosing an ...


Water-Wise Landscaping: Monitoring Irrigation With Probes, Rich Koenig, Kelly Kopp, Chad Reid 2017 Utah State University Extension

Water-Wise Landscaping: Monitoring Irrigation With Probes, Rich Koenig, Kelly Kopp, Chad Reid

Chad Reid

No abstract provided.


Solutions To Soil Problems: V. Low Organic Matter, Kevin Heaton, Rich Koenig 2017 Utah State University

Solutions To Soil Problems: V. Low Organic Matter, Kevin Heaton, Rich Koenig

Kevin Heaton

Utah soils are inherently low in organic matter due to the desert climate and historically low plant growth rates. In Utah, soil organic matter levels are typically 0.25 to 1%, while regions with high rainfall such as the Midwest and Eastern United States have soils with as much as 7 to 10% organic matter.


Strawberries In The Garden, Brent Black, Michael Pace, Jerry Goodspeed 2017 USU Extension

Strawberries In The Garden, Brent Black, Michael Pace, Jerry Goodspeed

Michael Pace

No abstract provided.


Growing Turf On Salt-Affected Sites, Michael Pace, Paul Johnson 2017 Utah State University

Growing Turf On Salt-Affected Sites, Michael Pace, Paul Johnson

Michael Pace

In many areas of Utah, high salt levels in the soil limit the growth of some turfgrasses, especially Kentucky bluegrass. This fact sheet was written to assist you in determining if you have a soil with a high salt level and, if you do, how to manage it with the use of irrigation, drainage, and salt tolerant grasses.


Strawberries For The Home Garden, Michael Pace, Jerry Goodspeed, Adrian Hinton, Shawn Olsen 2017 Utah State University

Strawberries For The Home Garden, Michael Pace, Jerry Goodspeed, Adrian Hinton, Shawn Olsen

Michael Pace

No abstract provided.


Growing Turf On Salt-Affected Sites, Michael Pace, Paul Johnson 2017 Utah State University

Growing Turf On Salt-Affected Sites, Michael Pace, Paul Johnson

Michael Pace

No abstract provided.


Fertilizer Management For Alfalfa, Richard Koenig, Clyde Hurst, James Barnhill, Boyd Kitchen, Marlon Winger, Mike Johnson 2017 Selected Works

Fertilizer Management For Alfalfa, Richard Koenig, Clyde Hurst, James Barnhill, Boyd Kitchen, Marlon Winger, Mike Johnson

Boyd Kitchen

No abstract provided.


Salinity And Plant Tolerance, Jan Kotuby Amacher, Rich Koenig, Boyd Kitchen 2017 Utah State University

Salinity And Plant Tolerance, Jan Kotuby Amacher, Rich Koenig, Boyd Kitchen

Boyd Kitchen

No abstract provided.


Selecting And Using Organic Fertilizers, Rich Koenig, Mike Johnson 2017 Utah State University

Selecting And Using Organic Fertilizers, Rich Koenig, Mike Johnson

Mike Johnson

No abstract provided.


Grow Your Own Transplants At Home, Sterling Banks 2017 Selected Works

Grow Your Own Transplants At Home, Sterling Banks

Sterling Banks

Growing transplants can be a rewarding experience if a few basic principles are followed. Experienced gardeners have a wider range of varieties to pick from if they start their own plants from seed. By selecting your own varieties you will be able to determine what grows in your area.


Horticulture Fact Sheets, Jerry L. Goodspeed, Larry A. Sagers, Duane Hatch 2017 Utah State University Extension

Horticulture Fact Sheets, Jerry L. Goodspeed, Larry A. Sagers, Duane Hatch

Jerry Goodspeed

A series of horticulture factsheets that cover topics associated with home gardening including soil testing, soil preparation, composting, and growing onions and tomatoes.


Hypericum In Infection: Identification Of Anti-Viral And Anti-Inflammatory Constituents, Diane F. Birt, Mark P. Widrlechner, Kimberly D. P. Hammer, Matthew L. Hillwig, Jingqiang Wei, George A. Kraus, Patricia A. Murphy, Joe-Ann McCoy, Eve S. Wurtele, Jeffrey D. Neighbors, David F. Wiemer, Wendy J. Maury, Jason P. Price 2017 Iowa State University

Hypericum In Infection: Identification Of Anti-Viral And Anti-Inflammatory Constituents, Diane F. Birt, Mark P. Widrlechner, Kimberly D. P. Hammer, Matthew L. Hillwig, Jingqiang Wei, George A. Kraus, Patricia A. Murphy, Joe-Ann Mccoy, Eve S. Wurtele, Jeffrey D. Neighbors, David F. Wiemer, Wendy J. Maury, Jason P. Price

Diane F. Birt


The Iowa Center for Research on Botanical Dietary Supplements seeks to optimize Echinacea, Hypericum, and Prunella botanical supplements for human-health benefit, emphasizing anti-viral, anti-inflammatory, and anti-pain activities. This mini-review reports on ongoing studies on Hypericum. The Center uses the genetically diverse, well-documented Hypericum populations collected and maintained at the USDA-ARS North Central Regional Plant Introduction Station (NCRPIS), and the strength of research in synthetic chemistry at Iowa State University to tap natural diversity, to help discover key constituents and interactions among constituents that impact bioactivity and toxicity. The NCRPIS has acquired more than 180 distinct populations of Hypericum, with a ...


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