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Exploring One-Cut Lettuce Production
October 11, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
One event on October 11, 2018 at 5:00 pm
Join WSU Clark County Extension at the 78th St. Heritage Farm to view a trial of one-cut type lettuce varieties.
One-cut varieties were developed as an alternative to standard baby-leaf lettuce production. The fully mature head can be harvested for baby-leaf mixes due to the small, uniform, abundant leaves they produce. These varieties can be also can be marketed as a unique head lettuce. Eighteen total Eazyleaf®, Multileaf®, and Salanova® varieties will be on display, and company representatives also will be present to discuss the selections with attendees.
WSU is trialing these varieties to evaluate in-detail what unique options one-cut lettuces might offer growers in contrast to standard baby-leaf production methods.
– Variety viewing and discussion of the trial
– Discussion about variety offerings for one-cut types
– Time for open discussion on lettuce production methods and markets
– Lettuce tasting salads created by Clark College Culinary Institute students
– Opportunity for networking
– Refreshments and snacks
$5 for single attendees. Buy-two, get-one-free bulk discount for multiple registrants of the same farm.
Contact Justin O’Dea at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-524-2383 if you have questions, need help with registration, or need specific program accommodations.
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