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Kansas State Horticulture Center Field Day July 26


Event promises to provide opportunity to learn about new varieties and growing methods.

| July 21, 2014


K-State Horticulture Research and Extension Center’s Field Day will be held July 26, from 8 a.m.–3 p.m. just west of Olathe, Kan..

The field day offers a chance to peek behind the scenes, talk with experts and learn about the latest fruit, vegetable, and flower varieties and methods for achieving growing success.

K-State Horticulture Center Field Day. Photo courtesy of K-State Research and Extension Admission is $5 per person at the gate, which includes cold bottled water, seminars, classes, and demonstrations. K-State Research and Extension horticulture researchers develop their lists of recommended flower and vegetable varieties through research conducted in Olathe to determine what grows best in Kansas City-area landscapes. Visitors can speak with university professors heading up the research and Johnson County Extension Master Gardener volunteers.


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