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Horticulture Field Day at David & Donna Jones Farm 24 May 2018

Call the Adair County Extension Office at 270-384-2317 if you plan to attend
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From Adair County Extension Service

A Horticulture Field Day, sponsored by the Adair County Garden Club will be held starting at 1pmCT, May 24, 2018, at Big Black Dog Farm/David & Donna Jones Farm, at 862 L. Jones road, Columbia, KY.



Topics will include High Tunnel Construction & Management, Identifying & Controlling Plant Disease, and Insect Identification & Control.

Guest speakers from the University of Kentucky will be Dr. Ric Bessin, Entomologist; Dr. Emily Pfeufer, plant pathologist; and Dr. Rachel Rudolph, Horticulture Specialist.


This story was posted on 2018-05-12 03:18:33
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