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Vegetable disease seminar at Extension Center 21 Jan 2016

By Nick Roy, Adair Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources

Management of diseases is one of the most challenging aspects of vegetable production. To help growers, a vegetable disease control seminar will be held on Thursday, January 21, 2016, at 10amCT, at the Adair County Extension Office at 409 Fairground Street in Columbia, KY.

UK Extension Pathologist Dr. Emily Pfeufer will discuss disease prevention strategies, small scale fungicide applications, and identification of diseases. This seminar will be ideal for commercial growers, farmer's market vendors, and intensive gardeners. For more information contact the Extension Office at 270-384-2317.



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