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Bluebird Gardens on the grow
FERGUS FALLS, Minn. - As a boy, Mark Boen built bluebird houses and placed them across his family’s dairy farm. The number of bluebirds on the farm soared.
Friday, September, 20, 2013 - INFORUM - None

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Duane Eugene Schindele
Duane Eugene Schindele, 89, life long resident of rural Tolna, ND, died September 18, 2013 at Mercy Hospital in Devils Lake, ND.

Duane was the only child born to Peter and Elsie (Pederson) Schindele on August 27, 1924 on the home farmstead north of Tolna. He attended early schooling in the Leval Township school house, graduating from Tolna High School in 1941. After graduation he worked on his father’s farm until he took a job working for Armour Packing in Grand Forks, ND. While working in Grand Forks he took flight lessons and had a lifelong interest in airplanes. Duane then hauled gravel for a short time, and during this time he married Ruth Eisner of Inkster, ND. They farmed with his father, had 6 children, and raised their family on the family homestead. During this time he and two sons, Michael and Brian raised turkeys and small grains. Until Duane retired, he farmed with his son Michael. In 2011, he received a 100 year homestead letter from Kent Conrad commemorating the 1989 Centennial Farm that he worked his entire life.
Friday, September, 20, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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VIDEO: Loretta makeover a classy blend of old, new
FARGO – In the heart of the Loretta building at 210 Broadway in downtown Fargo hangs a large metal door.
Thursday, September, 19, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Number of Minnesota farms using irrigation surges
The edge of one of Alan Peterson’s corn fields outside of Clear Lake in Sherburne County is a dusty wasteland. When he recently shucked an ear of corn on one of the few plants that have produced one, it had about a dozen kernels – not surprising, given that a good rain last fell on his fields July 9.
Monday, September, 16, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Minnesota political notebook: Lawmakers look to avoid special sessions
Minnesota lawmakers may have met for the last time in a special session to provide aid to a relatively small disaster. There appeared to be widespread agreement during last week’s session that lawmakers next year will look at ways to simplify how disaster relief is granted.
Sunday, September, 15, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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A gardener's fall to-do list
I admire northern gardeners who grow with gusto because our short, intense season.
Saturday, September, 14, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Fielding questions
Q We have a small Autumn Blaze Maple that has been an odd yellow/green color most of the summer, and now many of the leaves are getting brown spots. Others are turning brown and curling up toward the top of the tree. We planted the tree two or three years ago. Do you have any idea what could be happening, and is there anything we can do?
Saturday, September, 14, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Ag calendar (Sept. 13)

Friday, September, 13, 2013 - INFORUM - None

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ND governor announces Heritage Fund Advisory Board
BISMARCK – The list is out of the members that will recommend grants for outdoor and conservation projects from the state’s new $30 million Outdoor Heritage Fund.
Friday, September, 13, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Fourteen oddball reasons you're not dead yet
Lifespan has doubled in the United States in the past 150 years. This ridiculously wonderful change in the nature of life and death is something we tend to take for granted.
Thursday, September, 12, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Hot, dry weather stressing pastures across Minn.
ST. PAUL — Hot, dry weather is putting stress on pastures across Minnesota. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says in its weekly crops and weather report for Minnesota that soil moisture supplies continue to decline. Almost one-third of the state's topsoil and 23 percent of its subsoil is rated very short.
Monday, September, 09, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Growing Together: Emergency care key for stressed fall lawns
You’d think a garden columnist’s lawn would be emerald green, lush and downright perky.
Saturday, September, 07, 2013 - INFORUM - Life

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Nitrates in corn silage pose risk
This year's weather conditions could lead to the development of nitrates in corn silage.
Friday, September, 06, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Ag calendar (Sept. 6)

Friday, September, 06, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Investigators: Fatal rock slide in St. Paul was not predictable
ST. PAUL — Investigators say a rock slide that killed two children in a St. Paul park last spring was the result of natural causes, and the city could not have predicted it.
Thursday, September, 05, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Joseph C. Zubriski
Joseph C. Zubriski, 94, passed away Aug 21, 2013. He was born in Goodman, WI on July 7, 1919. He attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He was drafted into the Army and in April 1941 he began his military career as a Tech Sergeant and platoon leader of Antitank Company 128 Infantry. He fought in the Pacific Campaign, was captured by Japanese soldiers but managed to escape. The remaining men in his platoon were part of the Bataan Death March. He served until August of 1945 and returned to the U.S. to sell war bonds for the last month of obligation. He was awarded the Bronze star for his service in the Pacific War. He married Katherine C. Scott March 2, 1946 and returned to University of Wisconsin to earn his masters and PHD in Soil Science. In 1950 they moved to Fargo, ND to work at NDSU. He served as an assistant professor of soil science. He was promoted to associate professor in 1956 and full professor in 1963. His specialty was soil fertility and worked closely with the area farmers. He retired from NDSU in 1984. In retirement, he and his wife, Kay, spent winters in Mesa, AZ, but still called Fargo "home". He is survived by their three children(JoAnn, Jon, and Jennifer), 6 grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. He will be buried next to Katherine in the Veterans section at Holy Cross Cemetery in F
Sunday, September, 01, 2013 - INFORUM - Obits

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Ag calendar - 08/30/13

Thursday, August, 29, 2013 - INFORUM - None

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Midwest hot, dry spell brings back drought worries
DES MOINES, Iowa — A growing season that began unusually wet and cold in the Midwest is finishing hot and dry, renewing worries of drought and its impact on crops.
Thursday, August, 29, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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Dry soil may cause structural problems
The drought not only affects crops and plants. It also may cause problems for your home.
Monday, August, 26, 2013 - INFORUM - News

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