The Garlic Research Field Day was held at the Darr Center on Friday, April 21, despite the rain! Samples of the different types of garlic were available to participants and the research project on planting and harvest dates of garlic
The Mushroom Cultivation Workshop held on Saturday, September 4 at the Darr Center was interesting and fun. We learned about Shiitake mushroom cultivation and actually got to inoculate our own oak log for production. It takes a year for the
We are having a Home Wine Making Workshop at Mountain Grove on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. The workshop is designed for beginning and experienced home winemakers. Cost is $40 for lunch and wine kit. Class is limited to 25 participants.
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Are you interested in learning more about high tunnel production practices? If so, mark your calendar for Thursday, July 23. The State Fruit Experiment Station is hosting a high tunnel workshop in Mountain Grove from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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The Missouri State University State Fruit Experiment Station will host two workshops in March that are open to the public. The workshops will demonstrate different techniques that are related to dormant season plant management. The first workshop is free to
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The Darr School of Agriculture is excited to announce the upcoming visit of Michael Scuse, under secretary for farm and foreign agricultural services, Tuesday, February 17th. Scuse is the highest ranking USDA official to ever visit MSU. As part of
All are invited to a workshop designed for anyone from the interested novice to the vintage veteran! Dr. Karl Wilker, MSU enologist and winemaker, and Mr. Todd Fry, proprietor of the Home Brewery in Ozark, will present information on home winemaking. Winemaking
By: Izabella Michitsch Phoenix is a great place in the wintertime, 70 degrees, manicured lawns, palm trees and not to mention the desert and cacti. Now imagine Phoenix overrun with cowboy boots and hats, farmers and ranchers, Farm Bureau members,
The 2nd annual Trail Ride at Journagan Ranch to support the Craig Arnett Scholarship Fund will be held on September 22nd. Registration begins at 11 am and will last until noon with the ride starting at 1 pm. Slow and