Lawn and Garden
Tomatoes dying? Moles ruining your lawn? Need a soil test? The Meadowlark Extension District is here to assist! From publications to personal visits to support from horticultural specialists at K-State Research & Extension, we have a number of ways to help make your garden more productive, lawn look greener, and even provide information on how to get rid of your less than favorite pest!
Have a specific problem?
You may bring soil, turf, weed, and insect samples to our offices and they will be sent to Kansas State University for evaluation. Suggested treatments or solutions will be provided through your local agent.
Weekly News Articles
Pest Control on Fruit Trees
How low should you go?
Tree Planting Rules
Iris Leaf Spot Control & Pine Wilt
Soil Temperatures & Vegetables
Tomato Trials Results from Tomato Trials
Planting Trees? Start them off right!
Start the year off right - gardening style
What's that shrub?
Beekeeping School & Water Landscape Plants
Control Broadleaf Weeds Now
Letting Turf Grow Tall Before Winter
Tree planting in the fall
Conservation tree planting
Overseeding Your Lawn
Give Cool Season Turf Grasses a Boost
Time to Cut Back Peonies
Tall Fescue Cultivar Recommendations
Tomato Fruit Set
Squash Bug Control
Trees Leaf Loss
Ticks Tick in Kansas Publication
Time to Treat Bagworms?
Aquatic Weed Management
Fireblight on Apple & Pear
Help for New Vegetable Gardeners
Powdery Mildew on Turf Grass
Rose Diseases: Blackspot
Thinning Excess Fruit
Lawn Weeds: Wild Violet
Iris Leaf Spot
Don't Over Fertilize Tomatoes
Squash Bug Control
Cool Season Fertilization Time
Tree Planting Time
Control Broadleaf Weeds in Lawn Late Oct - Early Nov
Apply Late Season Nitrogen in November for Lawns
Watering Landscape Plants
Pruning Your Shrubs
Ice Melt Products
Recommended Vegetable Varieties
Start Trees Off Right
What a Soil Test Does Not Tell You
Adding Organic Matter in the Spring
Night Crawlers in the Lawn
Controlling Nuisance Moles
Apple Tree Sprays
Home Vegetable Garden Herbicide Program & Controlling Weeds in Strawberries
Can I mow low?