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Mailbag: Help! Moles are tearing up my yard.

By on April 1, 2014

Every day, we receive emails through our website from people who have questions related to agriculture or services provided by our department. Answering emails is part of our efforts to provide the best customer service to North Carolina residents. The

Mailbag: expired products and kudzu bugs

By on November 13, 2013

Every day, we receive emails through our website from people who have questions related to agriculture or services provided by our department. Answering emails is part of our efforts to provide the best customer service to North Carolina residents. The

Mailbag: At the gas pump – ethanol

By on September 30, 2013

Every day, we receive emails through our website from people who have questions related to agriculture or services provided by our department. Answering emails is part of our efforts to provide the best customer service to North Carolina residents. The

Mailbag: At the Gas Pump – Cash vs. Credit

By on July 29, 2013

Every day, we receive emails through our Web site from people who have questions related to agriculture or services provided by our department. Answering emails is part of our efforts to provide the best customer service to North Carolina residents.

Mailbag: N.C. Cooperative Extension

By on March 12, 2010

Monday, we posted a reminder of the many ways you can contact us to ask your questions. We received several questions this week that were answered by North Carolina Cooperative Extension offices. N.C. Cooperative Extension,  is a collaboration among N.C. State University, N.C.

Mailbag: Ask a Question Day

By on March 8, 2010

Every day, we receive e-mails through our Web site from people who have questions related to agriculture or services provided by our department. The e-mails are part of our efforts to provide the best customer service to North Carolina residents. Sunday is National Ask

Mailbag: Airport scales inspections

By on December 16, 2009

My friend traveled to Jamaica two weeks ago. Before going to the airport, we weighed her suitcase on two separate scales and they both read 49 lbs. When weighed at the ticket counter she was told that she was 8

Mailbag: Using your county’s Cooperative Extension office

By on June 18, 2009

Our squash are big, dark green plants one day, wilted the second day and dead the next. What is doing this and what can I do to stop it? – TB My family has around 40 acres in Wilkes County.

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By on April 8, 2009

I just moved to North Carolina a few months ago. Before I moved, I found eggs in grocery stores that were labeled Grade AA. Since I’ve moved here, I’ve noticed that most eggs are labeled Grade A. What’s the difference?

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By on March 9, 2009

I am a teacher and we are currently in our health and nutrition science unit.  I would like to tie in the Goodness Grows in NC program with our study of good food choices.  Do you have a list of