Cache County News
Noxious Weeds and Hay
As we approach the winter season, those of us who have been working hard planting, irrigating, and harvesting crops, are welcoming a small break. On top of the care and time that goes into field crops, managing noxious weeds is another thing that a lot of...
Come Enjoy the County Fair
It is fair week once again! The Cache County Fair is celebrating 143 years this week, and it is a long and proud history.
Interseeding Legumes Into Existing Pasture
By interseeding legumes into an existing pasture, you are increasing the amount of available nitrogen in your pasture system. This means less fertilizer has to be utilized each year, and pasture quality and yield increases.
Free Water Checks Available
While there are many tricks to conserving water indoors and outdoors, one of the main places you may want to start conserving is on your lawns and landscapes.
Grasshoppers are Back, Here’s What To Do
As the weather heats up, so does the grasshopper population. Grasshoppers in Cache County move down to the valley when the rangelands start to dry out, and make their homes in our crops, pastures, lawns, and gardens.
Boosting Iron Deficient Plants to Improve Garden Health
Iron chlorosis is the most common micronutrient problem in plants. It not only causes aesthetic issues with plants, but it can also cause long term problems if left untreated.
USU Extension Receives Grant to Research Cover Crops in Corn
Over the years, the dependence on soil resources has only increased as farmers have been asked to produce the same amount of food with less available resources. As production practices have changed to increase efficiency, farmers and ranchers have been se...
Getting Beef Bulls Tested for Trichomoniasis
One of the most contagious sexually transmitted disease in cattle is called trichomoniasis (trich). Trichomoniasis causes both abortions and infertility in cattle. Trichomoniasis can have an extremely detrimental economic impact.
Contacting the Cache County Vegetation Management Division
As residents in Cache County, we are lucky to have one of the best noxious weed departments in the state. Although noxious weed department is a common name, our weed department is now referred to as the Cache County Vegetation Management Division.