Resources

Resource Category Topic Type
Cabbage Maggot [fact sheet]
The cabbage maggot, Delia radicum, is one of the most destructive early season pests of crucifers and certain root crops in New Hampshire. It can…
Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Agriculture & Gardens, Pesticide Safety Education Agriculture & Gardens
CACFP Halftime: Thirty on Thursdays Training Webinars
Join Team Nutrition for monthly training webinars on hot topics related to the CACFP Meal Pattern requirements. Webinars are presented on the third…
Nutrition and Wellness for Early Childhood, Health & Well-Being, Healthy Schools NH
CACFP Training Tools
CACFP has resources and publications that will help you put together great tasting, nutritious meals and snacks that children will enjoy. CACFP…
Nutrition and Wellness for Early Childhood, Health & Well-Being
Calculating Lawn Fertilizer Rates [fact sheet]
Your soil test results tell you to apply a certain amount of fertilizer per 1,000 square feet and you’re confused about what to do next. How large is…
Landscape Installation & Maintenance, Agriculture & Gardens, Yard & Garden Agriculture & Gardens
Calculators for Mixing Water-Soluble Fertilizer
To get all of these calculators in a mobile format, click here. Sometimes mixing water-soluble fertilizer can be tricky.​ The fertilizer label…
Greenhouse, Nursery & Garden Centers, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
Calculators for Monitoring and Adjusting Water Soluble Fertilizer
To get all of these calculators in a mobile format, click here. Sometimes calculating injector ratios, electrical conductivity (EC), and ppm N…
Greenhouse, Nursery & Garden Centers, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
Calibrating a Fertilizer Spreader [video]
In this video, Extension field specialist, Margaret Hagen will describe how to calibrate a fertilizer spreader. See below for a full video transcript…
Landscape Installation & Maintenance, Agriculture & Gardens, Yard & Garden Agriculture & Gardens
Cankerworm [fact sheet]
The spring cankerworm (Paleacrita vernata) and the fall cankerworm (Alsophila pometaria) are native pests to the deciduous forest, shade, and…
Fruit & Vegetable Crops, Agriculture & Gardens, Pesticide Safety Education Agriculture & Gardens
Canning Fruits and Tomatoes [fact sheet]
Acidified tomatoes and fruits are considered high acid foods and are safe to preserve using a boiling water canner. Boiling water canners work by…
Yard & Garden
Canning Vegetables in a Pressure Canner [fact sheet]
Pressure canning is the only recommended method for canning meat, poultry, seafood, and vegetables. The bacterium Clostridium bolulinum is destroyed…
Yard & Garden
Care of Flowering Gift Plants in the Home [fact sheet]
Introduction One of the nicest gifts one can give or receive is a flowering potted plant. Flowering plants are not just for holidays or for…
Yard & Garden
Career Success Initiative 2018 (infographic)
Career Success Initiative 2018 Current and prospective students can take advantage of the experiential learning opportunities they need to succeed…
Extension Leadership, Administration
Carpenter Ants [fact sheet]
Carpenter ants (Camponotus spp.), along with termites, are the most troublesome structural pest in New Hampshire. Four species live in the state,…
Pesticide Safety Education, Agriculture & Gardens Agriculture & Gardens
Carroll County 2019 Highlights
2019 Year in Review: Carroll County Carroll County is the gateway between New Hampshire’s lakes and mountains regions—spanning from Squam Lake and…
Administration, Extension Leadership
Carroll County 2020 Highlights
A Year in Review, Carroll County, 2020 Carroll County Contributions: $284,291 State Contributions: $498,969 (In 2020, for every $1.00 Carroll…
Advisory Councils, Administration
Carroll County 4-H Awards
Please nominate a maximum of one member for each of these awards, and please do not nominate a single youth for more than one award. Carroll…
Carroll County- A Year in Review 2017
Cultivating Success in New Hampshire ENGAGE Carroll County and the University of New Hampshire (UNH) provide resources that support Carroll…
Administration, Extension Leadership
Carroll County- A Year in Review 2018
Carroll County- A Year in Review 2018
Extension Leadership, Administration
Certified New England White Oak
UNH Cooperative Extension, UNH Brewing Laboratory, and Seguin-Moreau conducted research on important chemical characteristics in white oak (Quercus…
Forest & Trees, Natural Resources Natural Resources
Characteristics of a Vibrant Downtown Information Brief
A downtown assessment collects data and information to provide a deeper understanding of the situation to help determine where to focus efforts to…
Location: Durham Campus
Economic Development Fact Sheet