Resources

Resource Category Topic Type
Best Practices for Submitting Your Insect for Identification
There are between 10 and 20 thousand species of insects in New Hampshire, so identifying an insect, spider or tick is often the crucial first step…
Insect Identification Services, Agriculture & Gardens
Best Practices for Submitting Your Soil Sample
Cooperative Extension’s soil testing service dates back to 2005. The number of samples we process averages more than 3,000 a year. The following list…
Agriculture & Gardens, Soil Testing Services, Yard & Garden Agriculture & Gardens
Best Practices: Hosting a Virtual Meeting
Virtual meetings provide an opportunity to gather people in different locations efficiently. In order to make your meeting as productive as possible…
Location: Durham Campus
Economic Development Fact Sheet
Best Practices: Participating in a Virtual Meeting
Virtual meetings provide an opportunity to gather people in different locations efficiently. In order to make your meeting as productive as possible…
Location: Durham Campus
Economic Development Fact Sheet
Big Trees of NH Book
The book Big Trees of New Hampshire was published in 2014 by NH Big Tree State Coordinator Kevin Martin. His book directs you on 28 hikes to find 85…
NH Big Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Biodiversity Principles and Applications: Conference for Natural Resource Professionals in New Hampshire Summary
On January 17, 1995, the Natural Resource Network of New Hampshire with support from the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension and…
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Biology and Management of Ticks in New Hampshire [fact sheet]
There are two families of ticks, the Ixodidae (hard ticks) and Argasidae (soft ticks). Those of importance to hikers, campers, and pet owners are in…
Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Agriculture & Gardens, Yard & Garden Agriculture & Gardens
Birch Leafminer [fact sheet]
The birch leaf miner (Fenusa pusilla) feeds primarily upon three host plants: gray birch, paper birch, and European white birch. This European native…
Pesticide Safety Education, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
Bird damage prevention for Northern New England Fruit Growers [fact sheet]
Birds can become especially serious pests in blueberries and strawberries, but they also cause injury in other small fruit and tree fruit. There are…
Agriculture & Gardens, Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Berry Crops Fact Sheet
Bird Damage Prevention for Northern New England Fruit Growers [fact sheet]
Introduction Birds can become especially serious pests in blueberries and strawberries, but they also cause injury in other small fruit and tree…
Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
Birds, Bats & Butterflies [script]
This is a script of the Birds Bats and Butterflies presentation (in a printable .pdf format). It includes slides and notes. Use it to practice your…
Speaking for Wildlife, Natural Resources Natural Resources
BK - Beekeeper Study Materials [Private]
Beekeeper (BK) is a private applicator commodity. This page contains the required manuals and factsheets for Beekeeper (BK) private license…
Pesticide Safety Education, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
Black Flies [fact sheet]
New Hampshire is home to approximately 40 species of black flies. Of these species, only 4 or 5 are considered to be significant human biters or…
Agriculture & Gardens, Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Agriculture & Gardens
Black Racers in New Hampshire [brochure]
Black racers are slender, agile snakes that can grow to 6 feet in length. True to their name, they are solid glossy-black except for a white throat…
Natural Resources, Wildlife Natural Resources
Blacklegged Ticks in NH - 2017 [map]
This map show the confirmed records of blacklegged ticks in New Hampshire through November 27, 2017. Data compiled by Alan Eaton. 11 x 17…
Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Agriculture & Gardens, Yard & Garden Agriculture & Gardens
Blacklegged Ticks Increasing in NH [video]
    These maps are the results of 27 years of surveying by Dr. Alan Eaton for Blacklegged ticks (Ixodes scapularis). Black legged ticks occur in all…
Integrated Pest Management (IPM), Agriculture & Gardens, Yard & Garden Agriculture & Gardens
Blanding’s Turtles in New Hampshire [brochure]
Blanding’s turtles are distinguished by their bright yellow chin and throat. Their domed shell, looking much like an army-helmet, is often speckled…
Natural Resources, Wildlife Natural Resources
Blueberry Fruit Fly [fact sheet]
The blueberry fruit fly (a.k.a. blueberry maggot or Rhagoletis mendax) can be a serious pest of blueberry in New Hampshire. It causes damage to…
Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Agriculture & Gardens, Pesticide Safety Education Agriculture & Gardens
Blueberry Stem Borer [fact sheet]
Oberea myops Haldeman Blueberry stem borer is a beetle also known as the rhododendron stem borer and the azalea stem borer. It is in the family…
Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Agriculture & Gardens, Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Agriculture & Gardens
Blueberry Varieties for New Hampshire [fact sheet]
The printable version of 'Blueberry Varieties for New Hampshire' available for download contains a list that was developed to help New…
Agriculture & Gardens, Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Yard & Garden Berry Crops Fact Sheet