For “Almanac Gardener,” the questions keep coming: How do I get rid of moles and voles? Which grasses are the best for lawns around here? How can I avoid blossom end rot on my tomatoes? … Over the 32 years that UNC-TV and Cooperative Extension at NC State University have worked together to produce the 30-minute how-to horticulture show, viewers have posed literally thousands of questions.
For our economy to adapt and improve, education will have to do so first. Mike Walden analyzes the reasons and ways our future education system should develop and evolve.
NC State University’s Turfgrass Field Day is an annual opportunity for members of the public and the green industry to learn turf-related tips and tricks that are rooted in research. This year's event takes place Wednesday, Aug. 12.
Registration is open for “Stewards of the Future: Water for a Growing World,” a conference hosted by the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences that will focus on issues of water quantity and quality.
Opening a business is no guarantee it will be a success. Statistics show 44 percent of new businesses shut down within three years. Mike Walden shares some good tips for keeping a business alive.
Mike Walden explains how and why forces well beyond North Carolina’s control can have an impact – either positive or negative – on the state economy.