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Publications of the Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station: Newsletter: The Berry Basket

Full Text in Missouri State Digital Collections

Most of the publications listed in this guide are available in full text online in the Missouri State Digital Collections database.

Title Changes

The Berry Basket formerly titled News from the Berry Patch.

The Berry Basket ran from 1998 to 2009.

News from the Berry Patch ran from 1994 to 1998.

Volume 1, 1998

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

1/1

Spr/1998

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

1/1

Spr/1998

Soil pH - Easy to Change; Difficult to Stabilize

Ben Fuqua

1

1/1

Spr/1998

Missouri Small Fruit Grower's Association Formed

Rex Whipple

3

1/1

Spr/1998

Blueberry Council News

Bob Hershey

4

1/1

Spr/1998

Know Your Pests When Growing Pumpkins and Squash!

Gaylord Moore

4

1/1

Spr/1998

Mulch Machine

Bob Hershey

5

1/1

Spr/1998

Weed Management in Newly Planted Strawberries Without Dacthal

Dr. A.R. Bonanno, Uni of MA. Reprinted from the Small Fruit News of Central New York, May 1, 1998

6

1/1

Spr/1998

That Which We Call A Rose

Patrick Byers

6

1/2

Sum/1998

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

1/2

Sum/1998

Berry Size and Taste Sells Blueberries

Ben Fuqua

1

1/2

Sum/1998

Missouri Small Fruit Growers Association

Floyd Livingston

3

1/2

Sum/1998

Blueberry Council News

Bob Hershey

3

1/2

Sum/1998

The Squash Vine Borer, a Major Pest for the '98 Season

Gaylord Moore

5

1/2

Sum/1998

Strawberry Rootworm

Patrick Byers

5

1/3

Fall/1998

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

1/3

Fall/1998

Some Numbers do have Meaning!

Ben Fuqua

1

1/3

Fall/1998

Centennial of the Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station

Patrick Byers

3

1/3

Fall/1998

Blueberry Council News

Bob Hershey

5

1/3

Fall/1998

Vegetables and Herbicides

Timothy P. Baker

6

1/4

Win/1998-99

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

1/4

Win/1998-99

The "Healthy" Blues

Ben Fuqua

1

1/4

Win/1998-99

Blueberry Council News

Bob Hershey

2

1/4

Win/1998-99

Starting Plants from Seeds

Gaylord Moore

5

1/4

Win/1998-99

Missouri Small Fruit Conference

Patrick Byers

6

1/4

Win/1998-99

Southwest Missouri Horticulture Conference

the editor

6

Volume 2, 1999

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

2/1

Spr/1999

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

2/1

Spr/1999

New Twists to Old Practices

Ben Fuqua

1

2/1

Spr/1999

Blueberry Council News

Bob Hershey

3

2/1

Spr/1999

Small Fruit Growers Association

Kenneth Nenneman

4

2/1

Spr/1999

Reduce Tomato Diseases with Proper Management

Gaylord Moore

4

2/1

Spr/1999

In Search of a Champion Elderberry

Andy Thomas

5

2/1

Spr/1999

Blueberries-The Health Food for the 21st Century

Lynn Kelley, reprinted from The Blue Print, Winter, 1999

6

2/2

Sum/1999

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

2/2

Sum/1999

Preparing for Y2K

Ben Fuqua

1

2/2

Sum/1999

Blueberry Council News

Bob Hershey

2

2/2

Sum/1999

Small Fruit Growers Association

Rex Whipple

3

2/2

Sum/1999

The Corn Earworm, A Serious Pest in Sweet Corn

Gaylord Moore

3

2/2

Sum/1999

Blonde Drupelet of Blackberry

Patrick Byers

4

2/2

Sum/1999

Genetically Altered Corn

Reprint from the Springfield News-Leader, May 20 (Associated Press)

5

2/3

Fall/1999

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

2/3

Fall/1999

Blueberries: "Fruit of the Year"

Ben Fuqua

1

2/3

Fall/1999

Blueberry Council News

Bob Hershey

3

2/3

Fall/1999

Small Fruit Growers Association

Rex Whipple

3

2/3

Fall/1999

Blueberry Festival

Bob & Ronnie Hershey

4

2/3

Fall/1999

Small Grains as Winter Cover Crops

Rex Whipple

5

2/3

Fall/1999

Paul Evans Library of Fruit Science - More Than Just Books!

Suzi Teghtmeyer

6

2/3

Fall/1999

Missouri Small Fruit Conference Date Set

the editors

6

2/3

Fall/1999

Commercial Strawberry Plasticulture Workshop

the editors

6

2/3

Fall/1999

Centennial Celebration

Marilyn Odneal

7

2/4

Win/1999-2000

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

2/4

Win/1999-2000

"Normal Rainfall" - A 1999 Myth!

Ben Fuqua

1

2/4

Win/1999-2000

Blueberry Council News

Bob & Ronnie Hershey

3

2/4

Win/1999-2000

Small Fruit Growers Association

Rex Whipple

3

2/4

Win/1999-2000

Commercial Strawberry Plasticulture Workshop

Patrick Byers

4

2/4

Win/1999-2000

Biotechnology: A Consumer Choice

Gaylord Moore

5

2/4

Win/1999-2000

It’s Winter and the Surfing is Indoors

Suzi Teghtmeyer

6

2/4

Win/1999-2000

Replacing Lost Plants

Bob Hershey

7

2/4

Win/1999-2000

Berry Good Protection for Aging Brains

Janet Raloff, Sept. 18, 1999, reprinted from SCIENCE NEWS, copyright 1999 by Science Service

7

2/4

Win/1999-2000

2000 Missouri Small Fruit Conference

Patrick Byers

8

2/4

Win/1999-2000

Southwest Missouri Spring Horticulture Conference

Andy Thomas

9

2/4

Win/1999-2000

Fruit Recipes on the Web [Pear and Cranberry Pie]

Marilyn Odneal

9

Volume 3, 2000

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

3/1

Spr/2000

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

3/1

Spr/2000

Weed Control in Blueberries

Ben Fuqua

1

3/1

Spr/2000

Blueberry Council News

Bob & Ronnie Hershey

3

3/1

Spr/2000

Fall Cole Crops for the Gardener

John Avery

4

3/1

Spr/2000

Non-Chemical Weed Control Strategies

Gaylord Moore

5

3/1

Spr/2000

Daylily Culture

based on a presentation made by Faye Coble

6

3/1

Spr/2000

Southwest Missouri Spring Horticulture Conference

Gladys Gaeke

7

3/1

Spr/2000

Small Fruit Pricing

Patrick Byers

8

3/1

Spr/2000

Nursery Catalogs Online

Suzi Teghtmeyer

9

3/2

Sum/2000

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

3/2

Sum/2000

Nutrient Management

Ben Fuqua

1

3/2

Sum/2000

Blueberry Council News

Bob & Ronnie Hershey

3

3/2

Sum/2000

Plant Propagation 1: The Mist System

John Avery

4

3/2

Sum/2000

Weather-Wise Vegetable Production

Gaylord Moore

5

3/2

Sum/2000

What to Do with all the Fruit

Suzi Teghtmeyer

6

3/2

Sum/2000

Small Fruit Research at the Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station

Patrick Byers

7

3/2

Sum/2000

Bird Control Update Y2K

Bob Hershey

8

3/2

Sum/2000

Precious Moments Point of View

Marilyn Odneal

9

3/3

Fall/2000

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

3/3

Fall/2000

Signs of Chlorosis

Ben Fuqua

1

3/3

Fall/2000

Blueberry Council News

Bob & Ronnie Hershey

3

3/3

Fall/2000

Farm Tour 2000

Bob Hershey

3

3/3

Fall/2000

Plant Propagation II: Summer Greenwood Propagation of Wood Plants

John Avery

4

3/3

Fall/2000

Proper Storage Retains Vegetable Quality

Gaylord Moore

5

3/3

Fall/2000

Bees - The Beneficial Insect

Suzi Teghtmeyer

6

3/3

Fall/2000

Missouri Department of Agriculture Striving to Increase Market Opportunities

Tammy Bruckerhoff

7

3/3

Fall/2000

2001 Missouri Small Conference

the Editors

7

3/4

Win/2000-2001

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

3/4

Win/2000-2001

It's Pruning Time!

Ben Fuqua

1

3/4

Win/2000-2001

Blueberry Council News

Bob & Ronnie Hershey

3

3/4

Win/2000-2001

Pollinators for Small Fruit Crops

John Avery

4

3/4

Win/2000-2001

Use of Different Colored Plastic Mulches for Yield and Earliness

Gaylord Moore

5

3/4

Win/2000-2001

Strawberry Cultivar Evaluation at Mountain Grove

Martin Kaps, Patrick Byers & Marilyn Odneal

6

3/4

Win/2000-2001

Integrated Weed Management - Strawberry Site Preparation

Patrick Byers

6

3/4

Win/2000-2001

Consumer Trends Drive Agriculture

Patrick Byers

7

3/4

Win/2000-2001

Value Added Promotion

Suzi Teghtmeyer

8

3/4

Win/2000-2001

2001 Missouri Spring Horticulture Conference

the Editors

9

3/4

Win/2000-2001

Reminder! Missouri Small Fruit Conference

the Editors

9

Volume 4, 2001

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

4/1

Spr/2001

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

4/1

Spr/2001

Nitrogen - A Major Macronutrient

Ben Fuqua

1

4/1

Spr/2001

Blueberry Council News: Singing the Blues

Jay Chism

3

4/1

Spr/2001

Pollinators for Small Fruit Crops 2: Other Bees

John Avery

5

4/1

Spr/2001

Good Agricultural Practices for Missouri Strawberry Growers

Patrick Byers

7

4/1

Spr/2001

Vegetable Disease Management Strategies

Gaylord Moore

8

4/1

Spr/2001

New Primocane Raspberry Potentials for Colder Areas

Charlie O'Dell - reprint Proceedings of the 2001 MO Small Fruit Conference

9

4/1

Spr/2001

A Prickley Subject - Brambles!

Suzi Teghtmeyer

11

4/1

Spr/2001

Southeast Fruit Growers Tour

the Editors

12

4/1

Spr/2001

Harvest Connection

Teresa Hoy

12

4/1

Spr/2001

Notes on Captan Registration and Disease Control Recommendation for Small Fruit and Tree Fruit in the Year 2001

Michael A. Ellis

13

4/1

Spr/2001

Missouri Small Fruit Growers Association

Rex and Ginney Whipple

14

4/1

Spr/2001

Falling Fruit Lands Man in Jail

(Reuters)

14

4/1

Spr/2001

Crop Cart

Contributed by Marilyn Odneal

14

4/2

Sum/2001

Healthy Birds

Ben Fuqua

1

4/2

Sum/2001

Blues News

Jay Chism

2

4/2

Sum/2001

Operation Bird Net

Marilyn Odneal

3

4/2

Sum/2001

Raspberry Crown Borer Damage on Blackberries

Patrick Byers

5

4/2

Sum/2001

Grafting Nut Trees: The Bark Graft

John Avery

6

4/2

Sum/2001

Phenoxy Herbicide Damage to Plants

Patrick Byers

9

4/2

Sum/2001

Fall - A Second Chance to Grow a Productive Vegetable Garden

Gaylord Moore

11

4/2

Sum/2001

Pesticide Labels Online

Suzi Teghtmeyer

11

4/2

Sum/2001

Classifieds

the Editors

12

4/2

Sum/2001

Market Your Fruits and Vegetables Online

the Editors

12

4/2

Sum/2001

Stark Bro’s Nursery Closing

This article is based on a series run in July, 2001 concerning the Stark Bro's Nursery

12

4/2

Sum/2001

Missouri Blueberry Growers Survey

the Editors

13

4/3

Fall/2001

Reviewing the Basics

Ben Fuqua

1

4/3

Fall/2001

Blues News

Jay Chism

3

4/3

Fall/2001

Winter Mulch for Strawberries

Patrick Byers

4

4/3

Fall/2001

Cover crops

John Avery

5

4/3

Fall/2001

Pesticide Labels Online - Some Second Thoughts

Paul Andre

7

4/3

Fall/2001

Blueberries: Nature’s Healthy Blue Treat

Suzi Teghtmeyer

8

4/3

Fall/2001

Researchers Create Perfume Lure for female Codling Moth

Reprint from the Fruit Growers News, Oct. 2001, pp.35-36

9

4/3

Fall/2001

Fertilization, Liming and Soil Sampling for Vegetable Crops

Gaylord Moore

11

4/4

Win/2001-2002

Water: Too Little or Too Much

Ben Fuqua

1

4/4

Win/2001-2002

Blues News

Jay Chism

4

4/4

Win/2001-2002

The 2001 Strawberry Season

Patrick Byers

5

4/4

Win/2001-2002

Why Choose Ornamental Grass?

Jennifer Barnes

7

4/4

Win/2001-2002

Petunia: New Look for an Old Favorite

David Trinklein

8

4/4

Win/2001-2002

Linking Missouri Producers to Restaurants

Teresa Hoy

10

4/4

Win/2001-2002

Skinny Peach Trees

Judy McBride, Agricultural Research Service Information Staff

10

4/4

Win/2001-2002

Spring Sown Vegetable & Flower Crops

John Avery

12

4/4

Win/2001-2002

Vegetable Crops

Gaylord Moore

13

4/4

Win/2001-2002

An Autumn Olive a Day Keeps the Doctor Away!

Patrick Byers

14

4/4

Win/2001-2002

Two Favorite Gardening Books

Suzi Teghtmeyer

16

4/4

Win/2001-2002

2002 Small Fruit and Vegetable Conference

Patrick Byers

16

4/4

Win/2001-2002

2002 Spring Horticulture Conference

Marilyn Odneal

17

Volume 5, 2002

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

5/1

Spr/2002

Balance of Power

Ben Fuqua

1

5/1

Spr/2002

Blues News

Earnie Bohner

3

5/1

Spr/2002

Irrigation System Planning

John Avery

4

5/1

Spr/2002

Heirloom Vegetables - From the Past to the Future

Gaylord Moore

6

5/1

Spr/2002

Preparing to Plant Perennials

Jennifer Barnes

7

5/1

Spr/2002

Strawberry Highlights of the Missouri Small Fruit and Vegetable Conference

Patrick Byers

8

5/1

Spr/2002

The Luscious Strawberry

Suzi Teghtmeyer

9

5/1

Spr/2002

Tree Carpets

Marilyn Odneal

12

5/1

Spr/2002

A Future for the Perennial Matted Row?

Marvin Pritts. Reprinted from Proceedings of the Southeast Strawberry Expo 2002

13

5/1

Spr/2002

Sheltered Workshops

Tammy Bruckerhoff

14

5/1

Spr/2002

Spring Horticulture Conference Contacts

Marilyn Odneal

14

5/1

Spr/2002

Classifieds

the Editors

15

5/2

Sum/2002

Post-Harvest Care of Blueberries

Ben Fuqua

1

5/2

Sum/2002

Blues News

Earnie Bohner

2

5/2

Sum/2002

Growing Chrysanthemums in the Home Landscape

Jennifer Barnes

3

5/2

Sum/2002

Brambles 2002: A Year to Remember (or Forget)

Patrick Byers

4

5/2

Sum/2002

Physiological Disorders of Tomatoes

Gaylord Moore

6

5/2

Sum/2002

Thinning Grapes

Susanne Howard

7

5/2

Sum/2002

New Integrated Pest Management Researcher/Advisor [Daniel Waldstein]

the Editors

8

5/2

Sum/2002

Organic Websites for Small Fruit

Suzi Teghtmeyer

9

5/2

Sum/2002

Growing Fruit for Home Use- On the Web

Marilyn Odneal

10

5/2

Sum/2002

Row Middles

John Avery

11

5/2

Sum/2002

Plants of Merit

Paul Gospodarczyk

13

5/2

Sum/2002

ALOT Program Information

the Editors

15

5/3

Fall/2002

Top 10 Reasons to Grow Blueberries

Ben Fuqua

1

5/3

Fall/2002

Blues News

Earnie Bohner

2

5/3

Fall/2002

Winter Weed Control

John Avery

3

5/3

Fall/2002

Pruning Grapevines

Susanne Howard

5

5/3

Fall/2002

Putting the Garden to Sleep

Jennifer Barnes

7

5/3

Fall/2002

Is Commercial Vegetable Production for You?

Gaylord Moore

9

5/3

Fall/2002

Winterizing Fruits, Vegetables and Yourself

Suzi Teghtmeyer

9

5/3

Fall/2002

Persimmon Report

Patrick Byers

10

5/3

Fall/2002

Selecting Seeds for Perfect Plates

Teresa Hoy

12

5/3

Fall/2002

The Flower Lady

Marilyn Odneal

13

5/4

Win/2002-2003

The Fate of Nitrogen

Ben Fuqua

1

5/4

Win/2002-2003

Elderberry Resources

Suzi Teghtmeyer

3

5/4

Win/2002-2003

Spring Weed Control

John Avery

4

5/4

Win/2002-2003

Blueberry Insects

Dan Waldstein

6

5/4

Win/2002-2003

Update Spray Guides Now

Marilyn Odneal

8

5/4

Win/2002-2003

Midwinter Vineyard Care: Propagation

Susanne Howard

8

5/4

Win/2002-2003

Using Native Plants in the Home Landscape

Jennifer Barnes

9

5/4

Win/2002-2003

The Adventure Continues - Pawpaws!

Patrick Byers

10

5/4

Win/2002-2003

Workshops on Developing and Enhancing Farmers’ Markets

Tammy Bruckerhoff

12

5/4

Win/2002-2003

2003 MO Small Fruit and Vegetable Conference

Patrick Byers

13

Volume 6, 2003

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

6/1

Spr/2003

NOP and Blueberries

Ben Fuqua

1

6/1

Spr/2003

Elderberry Development Project

Patrick Byers

4

6/1

Spr/2003

Vegetables-Fertilize for Quality and Production

Gaylord Moore

5

6/1

Spr/2003

Cherries, Apples and Quince on a Path Down Memory Lane

Susanne Howard

6

6/1

Spr/2003

Peonies for the Home Landscape

Jennifer Barnes

8

6/1

Spr/2003

Spring Flowers Brighten Landscape

Jennifer Barnes

9

6/1

Spr/2003

Farmers’ Market Workshop

Lisa Kicklighter

10

6/1

Spr/2003

Market Tips

Marilyn Odneal

10

6/1

Spr/2003

Sell What You Grow

Suzi Teghtmeyer

11

6/1

Spr/2003

Soil Temperature and Vegetable Seed Germination

Gaylord Moore

14

6/1

Spr/2003

Review Worker Protection Standard

Paul André

16

6/1

Spr/2003

Making Wine for Home Use

Marilyn Odneal

16

6/1

Spr/2003

Viticulture Field Day

the Editors

17

6/2

Sum/2003

Controlling Blueberry Pests

Ben Fuqua

1

6/2

Sum/2003

Evans Library Receives Grant

Suzi Teghtmeyer

4

6/2

Sum/2003

Summer Softwood Propagation

John Avery

5

6/2

Sum/2003

Fall Gardening

Gaylord Moore

7

6/2

Sum/2003

Ozark Bamboo Garden

Marilyn Odneal

8

6/2

Sum/2003

Watering Plants: When & How Much?

Jennifer Barnes

10

6/2

Sum/2003

Fireblight

Dan Waldstein

11

6/2

Sum/2003

Peento Peaches

Patrick Byers

12

6/2

Sum/2003

ASEV Meeting 2003 in Reno

Susanne Howard

13

6/2

Sum/2003

A Trip to Turkey

Patrick Byers

14

6/3

Fall/2003

Missouri’s Blueberry Acreage

Ben Fuqua

1

6/3

Fall/2003

High Tunnel Vegetable Production

Gaylord Moore

3

6/3

Fall/2003

Gooseberries on the Web

Suzi Teghtmeyer

4

6/3

Fall/2003

Destroy All Mummies

Susanne Howard

5

6/3

Fall/2003

The Wilds of Missouri

Marilyn Odneal

7

6/3

Fall/2003

Winter Protection for Strawberries

Patrick Byers

9

6/3

Fall/2003

Fall Care and Clean-up

Jennifer Barnes

10

6/3

Fall/2003

Mulch and Wrap Trees in Fall

Marilyn Odneal

10

6/4

Win/2003-2004

Challenges or Resolutions??

Ben Fuqua

1

6/4

Win/2003-2004

Starting Plants at Home

Gaylord Moore

3

6/4

Win/2003-2004

Part 1 of the Development and Practical Management of Insecticide Resistance

Daniel Waldstein

3

6/4

Win/2003-2004

Summerfield Greenhouses

Marilyn Odneal

6

6/4

Win/2003-2004

Berry Burgers

Suzi Teghtmeyer

8

6/4

Win/2003-2004

The Many Benefits of Specialty Pesticides

Jennifer Barnes

9

6/4

Win/2003-2004

Herbicide Sprayer Calibration

John Avery

10

Volume 7, 2004

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

7/1

Spr/2004

It's Blueberry Time

Ben Fuqua

1

7/1

Spr/2004

Horticulture in Uzbekistan

Patrick Byers

3

7/1

Spr/2004

Midwest Gardening Symposium I

Marilyn Odneal

6

7/1

Spr/2004

So You Think You Want to Grow Pumpkins

Gaylord Moore

9

7/1

Spr/2004

The Development and Practical Management of Insecticide Resistance Part II

Daniel Waldstein

10

7/1

Spr/2004

Rose Rosette Disease

Jennifer Barnes

12

7/2

Sum/2004

It's "T" Time

Ben Fuqua

1

7/2

Sum/2004

Routine Maintenance of Roses

Jennifer Barnes

3

7/2

Sum/2004

The Midwest Gardening Symposium II

Marilyn Odneal

4

7/2

Sum/2004

Dr. James F. Moore Retires

the Editors

7

7/2

Sum/2004

Horticulture in Uzbekistan - Part 2

Patrick Byers

8

7/2

Sum/2004

Cedar Apple Rust

Tim Baker

11

7/2

Sum/2004

Consider a Small Vineyard

Paul Gospodarczyk

12

7/2

Sum/2004

Japanese Beetles, a Threat of Heavy Plant Damage

Gaylord Moore

14

7/2

Sum/2004

Conference Report: Part 1 of 3: National Library Legislation Day

Suzi Teghtmeyer

16

7/3

Fall/2004

Annual Checkup

Ben Fuqua

1

7/3

Fall/2004

Treading the Wine Press

Victor H. Matthews

4

7/3

Fall/2004

Soil Test Results Valuable

Gaylord Moore

6

7/3

Fall/2004

A Fruitful Trip to Germany

Daniel Waldstein

7

7/3

Fall/2004

McMurtrey's Harvest

Marilyn Odneal

8

7/3

Fall/2004

Winterizing your Sprayer

Patrick Byers

10

7/3

Fall/2004

Holiday Plants

Jennifer Barnes

10

7/3

Fall/2004

Conference Report: AgNIC

Suzi Teghtmeyer

12

7/3

Fall/2004

New "Publications" Website

Suzi Teghtmeyer

13

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Blueberries – A Nutraceutical?

Ben Fuqua

1

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Early Spring Bloomers in the Garden

Jennifer Barnes-Schutter

2

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Brrrrrr! It's Cold Outside. Is it Time to put on Row covers?

Jay Chism

3

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Perennial Bed Preparation

Marilyn Odneal

4

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Missouri State University-Mountain Grove Welcomes Dr. Inno Onwueme

Patrick Byers

6

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Ten Attributes of a Good Gardener

Gaylord Moore

7

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Armadillos in Missouri

Lynn Robbins

8

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Armadillo Damage Identification, Prevention and Control

Scott McWilliams

9

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Tree Fruit Research Reports

Dan Waldstein

10

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Natives are for the Birds

Judy Allmon

12

7/4

Win/2004-2005

Conference Report: Part 3 of 3: AgNIC

Suzi Teghtmeyer

13

7/4

Win/2004-2005

25th Small Fruit and Vegetable Conference

Patrick Byers

14

Volume 8, 2005

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

8/1

Spr/2005

Newer Cultivars Deserve a Look

Ben Fuqua

1

8/1

Spr/2005

The Horticulture and Agriculture Industry of Costa Rica

Jennifer Barnes-Schutter

3

8/1

Spr/2005

Tomato Blight, A Foliar Black Mark

Gaylord Moore

5

8/1

Spr/2005

Midwest Gardening Symposium

Marilyn Odneal

6

8/1

Spr/2005

Hand Thinning of Deciduous Fruit Trees

John Avery

9

8/1

Spr/2005

Grow Native! Brings Flowers that Fly to your Yard

Judy Allmon

11

8/1

Spr/2005

The Obliquebanded Leafroller Pest Biology and Control

Dan Waldstein

12

8/1

Spr/2005

Plasticulture—Strawberries

Jay Chism

13

8/1

Spr/2005

Recommended Apple Books at Evans Library

Suzi Teghtmeyer

14

8/1

Spr/2005

Coming Events

the Editors

15

8/2

Sum/2005

The Time is Ripe for Organic Blueberries

Ben Fuqua

1

8/2

Sum/2005

Coming Events

the Editors

3

8/2

Sum/2005

Strawberry Varieties for Missouri

Martin Kaps

4

8/2

Sum/2005

Missouri's Invasive Plants

Jennifer Barnes-Schutter

5

8/2

Sum/2005

Stressed Out Plants

Wenping Qiu

7

8/2

Sum/2005

Missouri Farmers' Market Association

Peggy Schletty

9

8/2

Sum/2005

Make a Splash with Native Plants

Judy Allmon

11

8/2

Sum/2005

Al's Backyard

Marilyn Odneal

12

8/2

Sum/2005

Missouri State University Centennial Garden Dedication

Marilyn Odneal

14

8/3

Fall/2005

Not a "Berry" Good Year

Ben Fuqua

1

8/3

Fall/2005

Unearthing the Layers of GIS

Brandi Parsley

2

8/3

Fall/2005

Heat & Drought Affects Vegetable Crops

Gaylord Moore

4

8/3

Fall/2005

Genomics

Laszlo Kovacs

5

8/3

Fall/2005

Ross's Produce Farm

Marilyn Odneal

8

8/3

Fall/2005

C. L. "Doc" Scrivner: Teacher and Blueberry Pioneer

the Editors

9

8/3

Fall/2005

Cold Frames and Hotbeds as Season Extenders

Suzi Teghtmeyer

10

8/3

Fall/2005

Developments in Tart Cherry Cultivars and Rootstocks

Patrick Byers

12

8/3

Fall/2005

Dr. Dan's Farewell

the Editors

14

8/3

Fall/2005

Growing Growers Program

the Editors

15

8/3

Fall/2005

Cleaning Up the Fall Garden

Jennifer Barnes-Schutter

15

8/3

Fall/2005

Berry Basket Subscriptions

the Editors

17

8/3

Fall/2005

Coming Events

the Editors

17

8/4

Win/2005-2006

Catch the "BLUES"

Ben Fuqua

1

8/4

Win/2005-2006

Revised 2005 Worker Protection Standard How-to-Comply Manual
Available

Paul André

2

8/4

Win/2005-2006

Considering Cut Flowers

Marilyn Odneal

3

8/4

Win/2005-2006

Outdoor Power Equipment: Selection and Maintenance

Duane Gabriel

5

8/4

Win/2005-2006

Fruit Names and Expression: What do they mean?

Suzi Teghtmeyer

7

8/4

Win/2005-2006

Endangered Species Protection Program

Paul André

8

8/4

Win/2005-2006

Agroforestry

John Avery

9

8/4

Win/2005-2006

Coming Events

the Editors

11

Volume 9, 2006

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

9/1

Spri/2006

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

9/1

Spri/2006

Soil – The Basis of Life (The Physical Factors)

Ben Fuqua

1

9/1

Spri/2006

Collar Rot – Hidden Tree Fruit Menace

Patrick Byers

3

9/1

Spri/2006

April Showers

Marilyn Odneal

4

9/1

Spri/2006

Update on Red Neck Cane Borer

Patrick Byers

6

9/1

Spri/2006

Consider Asparagus for Home or Market Gardens

Gaylord Moore

8

9/1

Spri/2006

Why Plants Fail to Flower

Jennifer Schutter

9

9/1

Spri/2006

Spring Strawberry Checklist

Jay Chism

10

9/1

Spri/2006

State Fruits

Suzi Teghtmeyer

11

9/2

Sum/2006

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

9/2

Sum/2006

Soils – The Chemical Factors

Ben Fuqua

1

9/2

Sum/2006

Welcome to Dr. Anson Elliott

Patrick Byers

3

9/2

Sum/2006

Monitoring San Jose Scale

Patrick Byers

4

9/2

Sum/2006

Ripe for Wine?

Marilyn Odneal

6

9/2

Sum/2006

Powdery Mildew Can Zap the Life Out of Pumpkins

Gaylord Moore

8

9/2

Sum/2006

Power Foods

Marilyn Odneal

9

9/2

Sum/2006

Shade Tree Decline

Jennifer Schutter

10

9/3

Fall/2006

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

9/3

Fall/2006

Water Management

Ben Fuqua

1

9/3

Fall/2006

High Tunnel Strawberry Production

Jay Chism

3

9/3

Fall/2006

Blonde Drupe of Blackberry

Marilyn Odneal

4

9/3

Fall/2006

Preparing the Garden for Next Year

Gaylord Moore

6

9/3

Fall/2006

Botanicals on State Quarters and in State Mottoes

Suzi Teghtmeyer

7

9/3

Fall/2006

Shenandoah Pawpaw

Patrick Byers

7

9/3

Fall/2006

Truman State University’s Solar Clock Garden 

Steven B. Carroll

8

9/3

Fall/2006

Landscape Design with Missouri in Mind

Barbara Fairchild

10

9/3

Fall/2006

2007 Missouri Small Fruit and Vegetable Conference

Patrick Byers

10

9/4

 Winter 2006/2007

 From the Editors    

 Marilyn Odneal

  1 

 9/4

 Winter 2006/2007

 Pruning for Profit

 Ben Fuqua

  1 

 9/4

Winter 2006/2007

 Selection and Routine Maintenance of Roses

 Jennifer Schutter

 3

 9/4

Winter 2006/2007

 Persimmon Update

 Patrick Byers

 5

 9/4

Winter 2006/2007

 Native Cut Flower Update

 Marilyn Odneal

 6

 9/4

 Winter 2006/2007

 Phenology and Freeze

 Marilyn Odneal

 8

 9/4

 Winter 2006/2007

 Horticulture Advisory Listserv

 Marilyn Odneal

11 

 9/4

 Winter 2006/2007

 Strawberry Fertility

 Jay Chism

11 

 9/4

 Winter 2006/2007

 Starting Plants from Seeds

 Gaylord Moore

 13

 9/4

 Winter 2006/2007

 Two Seasons of Plasticulture Strawberries

 Jay Chism

 14

  Volume 10, 2007

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

10/1

Spring/2007

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

10/1

Spring/2007

The Easter Freeze      

Odneal-Byers-Avery

1

10/1

Spring/2007

Growing Blueberries... Ben Fuqua

6

10/1

Spring/2007

Soil Testing Reveals Impact of.... J Quinn, M Nathan

9

10/1

Spring/2007

Creating a Toolbox to Assist.... Kathryn Keeley

11

10/1

Spring/2007

Bush Cherries Patrick Byers

13

10/1

Spring/2007

Gardens of Interest Jennifer Schutter

14

10/2

Summer/2007

From the Editors Marilyn Odneal

1

10/2

Summer/2007

No Blueberries - Now What? Ben Fuqua

1

10/2

Summer/2007

Basic Causes for Tomato Wilt Gaylord Moore

3

10/2

Summer/2007

After the Freeze Odneal-Byers-Avery

4

10/2

Summer/2007

Tried ant True Barbara Fairchild

5

10/2

Summer/2007

The 4th Berry: Blackberries Marilyn Odneal

5

10/2

Summer/2007

Alan Stevens.... Marilyn Odneal

8

10/2

Summer/2007

Those Pesky Summer Insects.... Mary K. Kroening

10

10/2

Summer/2007

Organic Certification Reimburs.... MDA Press Release

11

10/2

Summer/2007

Missouri Exchange

Barbara Fairchild

12

10/2

Summer/2007

Farewell from Suzi Teghtmeyer Suzi Teghtmeyer

13

10/2

Summer/2007

Strawberry Plasticulture Workshop Mayer-Odneal

14

10/3

Fall/2007

From the Editors Marilyn Odneal

1

10/3

Fall/2007

Wait Till Next Year Ben Fuqua

1

10/3

Fall/2007

Garden Asters David Trinklein

3

10/3

Fall/2007

Goodbye from Gaylord

Gaylord Moore

4

10/3

Fall/2007

Tough Lessosn for Plasticulture....

Jay Chism

6

10/3

Fall/2007

Small Fruit and Veg Conference.... Pamela Mayer

6

10/3

Fall/2007

Results for Small Fruits Martin Kaps

6

10/3

Fall/2007

Lasagma Gardens Marilyn Odneal

8

10/3

Fall/2007

Grants for Growers 

Debi Kelly

 9

10/4

Winter/2008

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

  1 

10/4

Winter/2008

The First Thirty Years

Ben Fuqua

 1

10/4

Winter/2008

Eat Local!

Jennifer Schutter

3

10/4

Winter/2008

Hints for High Tunnels

Marilyn Odneal

4

10/4

Winter/2008

Ivan's Figs

Marilyn Odneal

5

10/4

Winter/2008

Small fruit and Veg Conference...

Marilyn Odneal

7

10/4

Winter/2008

Kiwi Korners, PA

Patrick Byers

8

10/4

Winter/2008

Are your Plants Ready for Winter?

Byers-Mayer

10

10/4

Winter/2008

Beginning Vegetable Workshop

Jay Chism

12

10/4

Winter/2008

Introducing Read

Andy Read

 14

Volume 11, 2008

Vol/Num

Date

Title

Author

Page

11/1

Spring/2008

From the Editors

Marilyn Odneal

1

11/1

Spring/2008

Don't Skip the "N"!   

Ben Fuqua

1

11/1

Spring/2008

High Tunnel Production of Raspberries and Strawberries Eric Hanson

3

11/1

Spring/2008

Buying Local in a Big Way Del Housworth

5

11/1

Spring/2008

Peach Production Pointers Jared Beckner

6

11/1

Spring/2008

Read's Quarterly Question Andy Read

9

11/1

Spring/2008

2008 All-America Selection Winners    Jennifer Schutter

10

11/1

Spring/2008

Gardening in a Bag Clydette Alsup

12

11/2

Summer/2008

Finish the Race Ben Fuqua

1

11/2

Summer/2008

Physiological Disorders of Tomatoes Jennifer Schutter

3

11/2

Summer/2008

Hot Plants that are "Cool" David Trinklein

5

11/2

Summer/2008

Looking Local Marilyn Odneal

6

11/2

Summer/2008

It's Fair Time! Jennifer Schutter

6

11/2

Summer/2008

Fall Cole Crops for the Gardener John Avery

7

11/2

Summer/2008

Read's Quarterly Question Andy Read

8

11/2

Summer/2008

Catch the Container Craze Grow Native

9

11/2

Summer/2008

Patrick Byers Becomes MU Extension Patrick Byers

10

11/2

Summer/2008

New Raspberry and Blackberry Production Guide NRAES

10

11/2

Summer/2008

Alternative Fruit Crops Field Day Pamela Mayer

11

11/3

Fall/2008

Pruning Blueberries Jay Chism

1

11/3

Fall/2008

The First North American Elderberry Summit Patrick Byers

2

11/3

Fall/2008

A Summer of Gardening Challenges Jennifer Schutter

3

11/3

Fall/2008

SARE Grants Fund Sustainable Agriculture Projects Debi Kelley

5

11/3

Fall/2008

Highlights of the ASCFG Midwest Regional Tour Marilyn Odneal

5

11/3

Fall/2008

Fall Cleanup in the Fruit Planting John Avery

9

11/3

Fall/2008

Want to Reduce Wste and Time?    James Quinn

10

11/3

Fall/2008

Read's Quarterly Questioni Andy Read

12

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

 It's Your Council

Ben Fuqua

1

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

Winter Gardening Tips Jennifer Schutter

2

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

What's in Your Compost? Quinn, Nathan, Starbuck

3

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

New Decision Tool Available   Thomas Bjorkman

7

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

Don't Ignore the Market Marilyn Odneal

8

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

High Tunnel Workshop Pamela Mayer

10

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

Thoughts on my New High Tunnel

Jo Anne Thomas

10

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

Read's Quarterly Question Andy Rad

12

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

2009 Guides Now Available! Pamela Mayer

13

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

Missouri Organic Conference

13

11/4

 Winter/2008-2009

29th Annual Missouri Small Fruit and Vegetable Conference Pamela Mayer  

14 

11/4

Winter/2008-2009

Grow Native! Landscape Design with Missouri in Mind

 

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