Here’s an opportunity to see what plants grow best in our area. The K-State Extension Research Center in Olathe is hosting the annual field day. I have toured this facility and it’s a great show! Here’s the details. For more info including a map go to this link; http://www.johnson.ksu.edu/p.aspx?tabid=681
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