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What's Killing My Kale? Podcast  [38]

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In the podcast, "What's Killing My Kale?", get research-based solutions to pest issues affecting fruit and vegetable crops from University of MN Extension. Learn how to manage weeds, insects, diseases, and more. Each month we'll have a three-part podcast exploring one main issue from three different perspectives. "What's Killing My Kale?" is a part of the UMN Fruit & Vegetable News.

The podcast is available at https://www.fruitedge.umn.edu/kalepodcast.


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