Wild Parsnip

Wild Parsnip Burns and Blisters Wild parsnip is among the rapidly increasing invasive weeds in many areas of Wisconsin. We see wild parsnip growing up in the roadsides and in other uncultivated areas above other grass and roadside plants. Wild parsnip is a yellow-green, tall plant that grows up to around five feet tall. Wild […]

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StrongWomen Exercise Program

12-week Strength Training Program StrongWomen is a 12-week exercise program for middle-aged and older men and women. Research shows that this program improves bone density, reduces falls, improves arthritis symptoms, and increases flexibility and strength. Classes are led by certified StrongWomen trainers Tabitha Crane or Dawn Stone. Adams classes begin Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 18th-Jun 29th, 8:00-8:50 a.m. for 12 weeks at […]

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Soil Testing

Testing soil about once every three years is usually adequate. Sampling in early spring or late fall assures that you will have     recommendations before buying lime and fertilizer. Avoid sampling soon after fertilizer application as contamination of the soil sample with fertilizer particles will result in erroneous soil test results.If interested in testing […]

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Water Testing

The most commonly used water test is the Homeowner Package.  If you are unsure of which tests to perform, this package includes the two most important tests to perform regularly on a well, (bacteria and nitrate).  Water test bottles can be picked up here at the Adams UW Extension for a fee of $3.00.  Paperwork […]

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