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Healthy Yards: Invest in Soil and Water

K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent Rebecca McMahon says soil and water are the two most important investments for your food garden.
TIMELY TIP: Use the colder months to draw garden layouts so that you're ready when warmer weather arrives. Review garden notes about past successes and failures.


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Garden for Good: Inmates Find Peace, Help Community

Garden for Good Feature

Above: Victor Mitchell and Keith Mathis help lead an effort to manage a garden inside the Hutchinson Correctional Facility. They completed training through K-State Research and Extension's Master Gardener program.


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JUST RELEASED: 2014 Listing of Kansas' Prairie Star Flowers

Prairie Star 2014


You may have heard of our Master Gardeners program, Prairie Star flowers, or horticultural research and extension centers in Olathe, Haysville, and Chetopa.

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