Hot new crops: Friends of Ag breakfast April 19
Published 5:27 pm Thursday, April 6, 2017
Polk County Office of Agricultural Economic Development and Polk County Farm Bureau invite the community to their monthly Friends of Agriculture Breakfast on Wednesday, April 19 at 7 a.m.
Each Friends of Agriculture Breakfast features a breakfast and a speaker on areas of interest to our community of farmers, gardeners and food enthusiasts. This is a free event held at the 4-H Building, 135 Locust Street in Columbus.
Interested in growing ginger, hops, truffles, or another specialty crop? Then join us for a presentation on “Hot New Crops: Should You Grow Them?” from Jeanine Davis, Associate Professor and Extension Specialist with N.C. State University.
Donations of canned foods will be collected at this event to benefit the clients of Thermal Belt Outreach Ministries.
Article submitted by Amy DeCamp