Aug 16, 2021
Gardening was one of the activities people turned to during the pandemic, and the K-State Garden Hour Webinar Series was started to offer tips and training. There has been an increased interest in organic home gardening. During a recent webinar, Johnson County Horticulture Extension agent Zac Hoppenstedt provided an introduction to organic agriculture and growing techniques that can be adapted for the home garden.
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