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K-State offers horticultural events

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K-State 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.

Feb. 16--Central Kansas Market Vegetable Growers Workshop, Wichita, 316-660-0142

Feb. 25--Tomato Grafting: Benefits and Technique, Kansas City, Kan., www.growinggrowers.com

March 18--Production Planning and Plant Propagation, Belton, Mo., www.growinggrowers.com

March 23--Advanced Irrigation Methods for Market Growers, Kansas City, Mo., www.growinggrowers.com

April 13--Building and Managing Healthy Soils, Kearny, Mo., www.growinggrowers.com

May 13--Post-Harvest Handling and Food Safety, Lawrence, Kan., www.growinggrowers.com

June 10--Drip Irrigation and Small Farm Equipment, Olathe, Kan., www.growinggrowers.com

July 13--Weed, Pest and Disease Management, Kansas City, Kan., www.growinggrowers.com

July 27--K-State Horticulture Research Center Open House, Olathe, Kan., 913-715-7000

Aug. 5--Successful Microclimate Modification in Difficult Climates, Olathe, Kan., www.growinggrowers.com

Aug. 24--Introduction to Fruit Production, Lone Jack, Mo., www.growinggrowers.com

Sept. 14--Farm Business Planning and Management, Kansas City, Mo., www.growinggrowers.com

Date: 2/4/2013



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