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Upcoming K-State horticultural events


Kansas State University Research and Extension and/or its Extension Master Gardeners are participating in the following area and statewide horticultural events, available to all interested persons. For more information about these, as well as more localized events, check with your local K-State Research and Extension office.

--July 19: Kansas Fruit Growers Association Summer Fruit Tour, Overland Park, 913- 856-2335, Ext. 120;

--July 25: K-State Research and Extension Horticulture Center Field Day, Olathe, 913-715-7000;

--July 25: Tomato Day, Wichita, 316-660-0100, Ext. 0142;

--July 29: KSRE Horticulture Center Bedding Plant Field Day (for horticulture professionals), Olathe, 913-856-2335, Ext. 100;

--Aug. 6: John C. Pair Horticulture Research Center Turf and Ornamentals Field Day (for industry pros), 785-532-6173;

--Oct. 3 and 4: Kaw Valley Farms Tour, Lawrence to Olathe, 785-856-5282;

--Through Oct. 30: Saturday Mornings: Compost Questions Answered, Wichita, 316-660-0100, Ext. 0140;

--Through Dec. 3: Basic Gardening Classes, Wyandotte County, 913-299-9300;

--Dec. 8 to 10: Kansas Turfgrass Conference, Topeka, 785-532-6173.

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