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The Rosen Express was able to pick up a 5-3 league win on Sunday afternoon against the Madison Mallards. Jeremy Ohm picked up his team leading third win of the season by going the distance and striking out eight Madison batters. "Ohm picked us up big with his pitching and allowed us to stay in the hunt for one of the two top spots in our half of the league" commented Coach Rademacher. Travis Radermacher lead the offense with two hits one of which was a double. Jared Weber, Redgey Rademacher, Jeremy Ohm, Aaron Adelman and Evan Kraft each had one hit in the game, with Adehnan's being a triple. Rosen dropped a non-league con- test to the Raymond Rockets with a the 6th inning which gave Benson the 11-0 loss Saturday afternoon at momentum for the rest of the game" Rosen. Mickey Rademacher took the commented Coach Rademacher. loss for Rosen on the mound. Jared Ethan Scoblic started for Rosen on the Weber and Evan Kraft pitched in mound and went the distance striking relief for Rosen. out nine along the way. Redgey Aaron Adelman had two hits onRademacher had two hits on the night the afternoon and Travis to lead the Express offense. Radermacher, Ethan Hoffman and Tyler Adelman, Ethan Scoblic and Trent Rademacher each had one hit Mickey Rademacher all had one hit a apiece, piece in the loss. The Express blew a 7-1 lead in the Rosen will next be in action 6th inning when Benson plated six Sundayafternoon when they take on runs to tie the game up at seven, the Prior Lake Mudcats at 1 p.m. in Benson scored the go ahead run in the Rosen then the Canby Knights at 3 8th and held Rosen in the 9th inning p.m. also on Sunday afternoon. to pick up the win for Benson. On Saturday the Prior Lake "This was a tough loss to take as Mudcats will take on the Clinton we had a nice lead late in the ball Cards at 2 p.m. and the Ortonville game and we struggled to get out of Rox at 4 p.m. both games are in Rosen. Rosen's game vs. Morris scheduled for Wednesday night has been rescheduled to June 24th at Morris at 8 p.m. "Another busy weekend of base- ball in Rosen this coming weekend as we host the Prior Lake Mudcats from the cities and league action with the Canby Knights. We hope fans can come out and watch some good amat- uer baseball action this weekend in Rosen" commented Coach Rademacher. Quick tips to prepare food on a budget By Connie Burns, University of Here are some basic spices that can be Minnesota Extension used in various cuisine: Preparing meals at home is a great Latin American/Southwest: use way to save on the family food bud- cumin, chili pepper, oregano get. With a little planning, and some Chinese/Asian: use-cumin, black savvy shopping, preparing meals can pepper, red chili pepper be economical and even fun! If you're Italian: use basil, parsley, oregano not used to preparing meals at home, Again, start slowly, adding a cou- the very thought may be daunting, ple of new spices to your cupboard at But, as with all new habits, start slow- a time. Many of these herbs and spices ly with achievable goals, can be grown in window sill contain- Here are some tips to get you start- ers to save you money. ed: Set aside time during the week for Start using the term 'planned over- a 'cook-athon'. Get the kids involved s' instead of 'leftovers.' When making and start a family tradition. Choose a meal, make extra amounts of the some family meal favorites, gather the starch, protein source (meat/dry needed cooking equipment, foods and beans) or veggie and freeze these for storage containers, assign fun tasks to later use. For example, while cooking the kids, and start making batches of rice for tonight's stir fry, cook up extra food for the week. Lasagna, spaghetti, rice to be frozen for a soup later in the soups, casseroles and stews all freeze week. Are you slicing up chicken well. Make up several different meals pieces for that stir fry tonight? Slice for variety throughout the week. and freeze extra for a stew or soup for Remember those dry beans I men- the weekend. In other words, make tioned? Have you ever thought of "extra of whatever you're cooking, and using them, but hadn't soaked them freeze for later use. Label everything! and knew they'd take too long to Start thinking of meat as a condi- cook? Why not keep some canned ment or a side dish. Instead of having beans in the cupboard to use in a a meal revolve around, meat, let the quick meal? To use those dry beans, starches, veggies and fruits take on which are cheaper, leave a note on the more of a central role, Use meat in fridge to remind yourself to soak them soups, stews and casseroles, and bulk for later in the week. up these dishes with rice, pasta or veg g]es. Don't forget the dry beans! Any use of this article must They're a great source of protein, car- include the byline or following credit bohydrate and fiber, line: Know your herbs and spices. You Connie Burns is a health and nutri- don't need a shelf full of fancy spices tion educator with University of to add a little variety to your dishes. Minnesota Extension. .EFIC TOUR -All Season Steel Belted Radial High Quality, Economically Priced Good Traction And Steering Response OW . ALL SEASON TRACTION . 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Gunsolus, University of Minnesota Just how much can volunteer corn Extension affect yield? Research conducted at Significant populations of volun- South Dakota State University in teer corn have been reported in some 2007 found that volunteer corn densi- fields this year. Strong winds that ties ranging from 800 to 14,000 plants blew corn down last fall just prior to per acre reduced soybean yield from 0 harvest likely contributed to the to 54 percent and corn yield from 0 to increase. If volunteer corn is present, 13 percent. Research conducted at the be sure weed management strategies University of Minnesota in 2007 address this potential yield robber, found similar results in corn, with If volunteer corn is present in yield losses ranging from 0 to 14 per- Roundup Ready (RR) soybeans and cent at Lamberton and 0 to 19 percent the corn you planted last year was a at Waseca. Yield losses were highest RR or a RR/Liberty Link (RR/LL) at volunteer corn populations of hybrid, you will need to use either a 19,348 and 21,152 plants per acre at postemergence grass herbicide as a Lamberton and Waseca, respectively tank-mix partner or cultivate to con- For further details on volunteer trol the volunteer corn. If you fol- corn management, check out the U of lowed Liberty Link (LL) or RR/LL M Extension Crop News article corn with LL soybeans, control "Volunteer Corn Management in Corn options are the same as above. If you and Soybean" by Jeffrey Gunsolus at planted conventional corn last year, extension.umn.edu/cropnews. glyphosate (in RR soybeans) or Ignite Research results from U of M weed (in LL soybeans) will provide control management trials on volunteer corn of the volunteer corn. control can also be found on the If you need to add a postemer- Applied Weed Science website at gence grass herbicide as a tank-mix appliedweeds.cfans.umn.edu. Look partner to control volunteer corn in under Research soybean, be sure to refer to the prod- Reports/Soybean/2007 and 2008. uct label for the recommended appli- Lizabeth Stahl is a crops educator cation timing, rate and adjuvants, and Jeffrey Gunsolus is a weed spe- If you planted any of the samecorn cialist, both with University of herbicide technologies this year as last Minnesota Extension. year and wish to control volunteer Media Contact: Catherine corn, cultivation is your only option. Dehdashti, U of M Extension (612) If you rotated LL and RR technolo- 625-0237, ced@umn.edu gies, glyphosate can control LL vol- For more Extension news, visit unteer corn and Ignite can control RR www.extension.umn.edu/news.For volunteer corn, although Ignite may recent Extension headlines, visit not be as effective due to its contact www.extension.umn.edu/inthenews. Free speech. Free press. Free country. Speak up for the First Amendment. 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