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A recent project at the SDSU Specialty Crop Research Field investigated using early season soil tarping as a means for reducing weed competition in onion crops, which can be highly susceptibility to weed pressure due to their minimal canopy.
Whether you are a beginner or have a green thumb, our tips will help your garden flourish.
Everyone can enjoy the natural beauty of flowers and ornamental plants with some simple recommendations.
June 20, 2023
The 2022 McCrory Gardens Trial Report, issued this spring by South Dakota State University Extension and McCrory Gardens, helps South Dakotans choose flower varieties that do well in local conditions.
Are you looking for new ideas of what to grow in your garden? Take a look at six of the top-performing perennials as judged during the 2022 growing season at McCrory Gardens.
Are you looking for new ideas of what to grow in your garden? Let’s take a look at the six top-performing perennials as judged during the 2021 growing season at McCrory Gardens!
Let’s take a look at the ten top-performing annuals during the 2021 McCrory Gardens Trials! Results feature the top six in-ground annuals and the top four container grown annuals.
See our latest findings from a second-year research trial of three indeterminate, beefsteak, open-pollinated tomatoes grafted to three unique rootstocks to assess production and marketability for South Dakota farms.
The Lang Lab at South Dakota State University is currently working to increase research and support for South Dakota's cut flower farmers. Learn about their recent trial that examined popular cultivars of zinnias and snapdragons.