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.................. , ................ www.tricountynews.mn One Vegetable One Community announces the vegetable for 2016 After holding nominations return will harbor a love for a veg- Library and the Ertl Hardware in from the local community, One etable and a habit for healthy eat- Watkins. Vegetable One Community ing the will last a lifetime.The OVOC committee is cre- is "spilling the beans" and There will be 4 different bean ating community wide events announces that BEANS willbethe seeds available for growing this throughout the growing season. Vegetable for 2016. season, they are: Put your team together and sign "Growing" Strong into its 1. GreenSnap BushBeans up for a bean bag fifth year, One Vegetable One 2. YellowWax Bush Beans gather your little ones to attend Community is a wellness initia- 3. Green Pole Beans story hour and an activity with tive, established from the state- 4. Heirloom Dried Beans "Jack in the Beanstalk" at your wide health improvement pro- The seed give away will be held local library, enter in our contest gram that brings people together Thursday, May26, at theLitchfield for growing the largest bean as around food, healthy eating and Farmers Market located at thewell as see our demonstration and creates healthier communities. VFW on E. Hwy 12 from 2-5:30 taste pickled beans and bean soup The idea is to inspire and rally our p.m. Pick up your free bean seeds at the Meeker County Fair. Watch community to learn about, grow, and growing kits. In our area, free your local newspaper or Follow us prepare and eat a single vegetable seed packets and growing kits will on Facebook for details, times and during a growing season which in also be available at the EdenValley locations. Planting Trees By Beth Berlin, service has marked your property tlofMExtension and it is clear of any lines, dig the Planting a tree sounds simple hole at least 1-2 feet wider than the enough, however if a tree is not size of the root system. Be sure to planted correctly it can lead to rough up the sides of the hole to problems down the road. Spring allow the trees roots to more easily is a great time to plant trees; here grow and expand. It might be nec- are some tips to successfully plant essary to wet the area a few days in a tree for health and longevity, advance to make it easier to work 1) Space: Choose the correct in and also provide even moisture tree for the space provided. Do to the newly planted tree. Poor a site analysis and consider the soils can be amended at the time height and width of the space, of planting; add organic matter or the growing zone, the amount of loamy top soil. However never use sun, soil, and moisture available this amendment as the only back- prior to selecting a tree. Research fill, blend with existing soil to cre- the tree species you had in mind ate atransition to the native soilin or contact a local nursery for rec- the area where the roots will even- ommendations. It is important to tually grow. Remove any debris give the tree enough space which or rocks from the hole, never put allows for it to reach its mature rocks or drainage at the bottom to size. Avoid planting trees that will improve drainage unless it is con- grow too tall for the space Such as nected to a drain tile. a location where overhead power- 3) Planting: Planting to the cur- lines are located, rect depth is critical for the tree's 2) Site Prep: It is Minnesota long term health; too deep could statelawtocallbeforeyoudig, con- lead to roots girdling the trunk tact Gopher State One Call online or lack of oxygen to the roots. For or by calling 811 to have under- those planting in clay or poorly ground lines marked. Once the drained soil it is recommended to DOUBLE D ANGUS ANNUAL BULL Wednesday April 20, tpm Tri-County Livestock, Motley, MN Selling 25 yearling Angus bulls Sires represented S Chisum,Connealy Right Answer, Connealy Imprint, Sinclair Extra, Sitz Alliance and Sitz Value. For Catalog:call Denny Blowers 218-838-3809, 13042 Deborah Lane SW, Motley, MN. 56466 (Facebook@doubledangus) plant at or slightly higher than the depth that the tree was drawn at the nursery. a. Bare root stock should have the roots straightened and spread out evenly, plant slightly higher than the depth it was grown at the nursery. Plant the tree with the largest branches facing southwest. Gently raise or lower the plant as you add soil to eliminate air pock- ets; once the hole is three-quarters full, tamp the soil in and fill with water, finish filling the hole and water thoroughly. b. Balled and Burlapped (B&B): plant at or slightly higher than it was at nursery. Look for the root flare and the top of the ball which will help you determine its orig- inal planting depth. In clay soils plant so that almost one-third of the soil ball is above ground level after planting. This allows for settIing, especially if the hole was dug too deep and was back- filled. Cut and remove the twine from around the trunk. Remove as much of the wire basket and burlap as possible without having the soil ball fall apart. No burlap should remain above the soil sur- face because it can act like a wick and dry out the root ball. c. Container: remove thecon- tainer carefully; it may require cutting it apart. If the roots have grown spirally around the root ball it is root-bound and the roots should be separated to prevent it from girdling the plant. This can be done by making vertical cuts on the sides and a crisscross cut on the bottom of the root ball, tug the roots outward. Once you have properly back- filled, tamped, and watered the soil in, put a 3-6 inch layer of organic mulch in a diameter of 3-6 feet cir- cle around the tree. This will help maintain steady, cooler tempera- tures and moisture. Continue to water the tree 5-7 gallons of water per week. However different soil types and weather conditions will affect the frequency. Selecting the proper tree for the site, and planting it correctly are the first critical steps in ensuring the health and enjoyment of your tree for years to come. For more information about planting and transplanting trees and recom- mended trees for your area visit www.extension, umn.edu, and type "planting trees" in the search box. PAGE lol6 April 7, Legal Notice and payment to the Township MAINE PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP must be received by May 1, 2016. OFFERING DUST CONTROL If you are a new resident and The Maine Prairie Township want to request dust control, Board is offering dust control for call the Township Clerk at either 2016. The Township and property (320) 398-2905, or (320) 398-5902. owners will share the cost equally Leave your name, address and up to 300'. phone number. A letter and appli- Payment to the Townshipis cation form will be sent to you. due before dust control is applied. Lori Hunt Letters and an application will Clerk/Treasurer be sent to residents who had dust Published in the Tri-County control in 2015. News, Thursdays, March 31 and Completed application forms April 7, 2016. Legal Notice 4. I, the undersigned, certify Office of the Secretary of State that I am signing this document CERTIFICATE OF as the person whose signature is ASSUMED NAME required, or as agent of the person/ State ofMinnes0ta entity whose signature would be Pursuant to Chapter 333, Min-required who has authorized me to nesota Statutes; the undersigned, sign this document on its behalf, or who is or will be conducting or in both capacities. I further certify transacting a commercial business that I have completed all required in the State of Minnesota under an fields, and that the information in assumed name, hereby certifies: this document is true and correct The filing of an assumed nameandin compliance with the applica- does not provide a user with exclu- ble chapter of Minnesota Statutes. I sire rights to that name. The filing understand that by signing this cer- 3s required for consumer protection tificate, I am subject to the penalties in order to enable customers to be of perjury as set forth in Minnesota able to identify the true owner of a Statutes Section 609.48 as if I had business, signed this certificate under oath. 1. List the exact assumed name (s) Joshua Laney, under which the business is or will Email Address for Official Notices: be conducted: laney.graphics@gmail.com Laney Graphics andApparel : Work Item 878955100025 2. Principal Place of Busi- Original FileNumber ness: 4801 Bridgewater Rd South 878955100025 Haven MN 55382. State of Minnesota 3. List the name and completeOffice of the SecretaryofState street address of all persons con- Filed 03/15/2016 ducting business under the above (s) Steve Simon Assumed Name is: Secretary of State Joshua Laney 4801 Bridgewa- Published in the Tri-CountyNews ter Rd South Haven MN 55382 Thursdays, March 31 and April 7, 2016. Legal Notice 4. I, the undersigned, certify Office of the Secretary of State that I am signing this document CERTIFICATE OF as the person whose signature is ASSUMED NAME required, or as agent of the person/ State of Minnesota entity whose signature would be Pursuant to Chapter 333, Min- required who has authorized me to nesota Statutes; the undersigned, sign this document on its behalf, or who is or will be conducting or in both capacities. I further certify transacting a commercial business that I have completed all required in the State of Minnesota under an fields, and that the information in assumed name, hereby certifies: this documdnt is true and correct The filing of an assumed name and in compliance with the applica- does not provide a user with exclu- ble chapter of Minnesota Statutes. I sive rights to that name. The filing understand that by signing this cer- is required for consumer protection tificate, I am subject to the penalties in order to enable customers to be of perjury as set forth in Minnesota able to identify the true owner of a Statutes SeCtion 609.48 as if I had business, signed this certificate under oath. 1. List the exact assumed name (s) Jennifer Toftey, under which the business is or will Email Address for Official Notices: be conducted: jenniloveskids@charter.net Custom Couture By Jenni Work Item 879828800027 2. Principal Place of Business: Original File Number 193 Cheval Dr Sartell MN 56377. 879808800027 3. List the name and complete State of Minnesota street address of all persons con- Office of the Secretary of State ducting business under the above Filed 03/19/2016 Assumed Name is: (s) Steve Simon Jennifer Lynne Toftey, 193 SecretaryofState Cheval Dr Sartell MN 56377 Published in the Tri-County News Thursdays, April 7 and 14, 2016. WHY HuGHeSNET? 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