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agriculture

EBR-15 Fall Soil Nitrate Test (FSNT)

Recent research has demonstrated that winter wheat and barley grain yields and economic return to fertilizer applications are not reliably improved by a fall nitrogen application when an adequate amount of nitrate already exists in the soil. Regulations effective October 2012 require that farmers...

LEAD Maryland Program Mentors Tomorrow's Leaders

LEAD Maryland Program Mentors Tomorrow’s Agriculture, Natural Resource, and Rural Community Leaders The LEAD Maryland program awards educational two-year fellowships to candidates who have demonstrated emerging leadership abilities and a genuine interest in agricultural, natural resources, and...

Black Swamp Creek Plant Swap, Sale & Grow-It Fest!

Saturday, Apr. 27, 2013 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Restored Tobacco Barn at Poplar Ridge Road in Brandywine
Bring labeled plants to swap for other annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables, shrubs, trees, bulbs, seeds, farm and garden stuff. Plant swap begins at 10:00am. Support local grown-compost sale, plant sale, farm displays, gardening demonstrations, land preservation information and more. FREE...

Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture and Farm Park

Baltimore County Center for Maryland Agriculture
This 149 acre piedmont farm located in central Baltimore County was once more than 400 acres. A former horse and grain farm dating from the 1700s, its main homestead was built in the 1800s. Imagine the various farming techniques used over the years as you travel on designated trails. Walk by crops...

Food Preservation Class

Friday, May. 17, 2013 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Prince George's County Extension Office
Food preservation has become a hot topic for Maryland citizens, with increasing numbers of consumers interested in learning up-to-date techniques and safety procedures for preserving their garden’s bounty.The University of Maryland Extension Office Prince George’s County is offering a hands-on food...

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