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  • MF2134
    MF2134
    Raised Bed Gardening

    Raised bed gardens are a popular way for today’s gardener to produce fresh, high quality, good tasting vegetables. This updated guide includes tips for selecting the right location, soil mix, watering, fertilizing, and other considerations. 4 pages, color.

    $2.20
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  • MF3590
    MF3590
    Garden Templates and Plant Choices for Kansas School Gardens

    Use garden templates and the plant information to plan a school garden that will provide a variety of learning opportunities as well as fresh produce. Includes templates for spring, fall, summer, and extended season gardens, as well as a wide variety of plant choices. 168 pages, color.

    $62.40
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  • MF3589
    MF3589
    Considerations and Resources for School Garden Design in Kansas

    School gardens provide learning opportunities as well as fresh produce. This publication includes factors to consider, especially early in the garden development process. 24 pages, color.

    $16.35
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  • MF3278
    MF3278
    Midwest Fruit Pest Management Guide, 2021-2022

    This guide provides pest management recommendations for commercial tree fruit, small fruit, and grape producers throughout the Midwest. Includes up-to-date information on pesticides and their application. 234-page, color. https://ag.purdue.edu/hla/Hort/pages/sfg_sprayguide.aspx

  • MF3576
    MF3576
    Demystifying the Wholesale Market

    Consumer demand for local food is growing, and farmers can benefit from this by growing for wholesale. This manual provides Midwest small or mid-scale specialty crop growers an overview of the steps needed to enter the Greater Kansas City wholesale market. 60 pages, color.

    $15.75
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