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Grafting Tomatoes

Saturday, Apr. 5, 2014 - 10:00am to 1:00pm
Agriculture Research Building, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Tomato Grafting..it’s easier than you think. If you grow varieties of tomatoes that are not resistant to air and soil borne diseases, you should attend this workshop. The classroom session will address the history and science of grafting. In the hands-on session at the greenhouse, you will graft...

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...

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