Vegetable Production 12-week series
January 9, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$125
Students will learn the basics of small-scale vegetable and fruit production for the northeast Washington region. Topics to be covered include selecting the right varieties for the region, soil preparation, fertilizer and nutrient management, using soil tests, field management through the season and individual presentations on vegetables and fruits selected by the class. This course is modeled after the course Dr. Cowan teaches at WSU in Pullman and will also feature local farmers sharing their experiences. There will be one Saturday field trip to local farms for hands on observation.
Class Dates: Tuesday nights January 9 through March 27, 2018, 6-9:00 pm
Instructors: WSU faculty and staff and community experts
Tuition: $125/person, VETERANS/Active Duty; $50/person*, contact your local extension for hardship waivers
Location: Spokane Community College, Building 8 Rm #104
*Reduced tuition for honorably discharged US veterans.Veterans please have your DD214 and call or bring in your registration for reduced tuition rate.
Please contact Pat Munts at 477-2173 or email@example.com with questions.