Propagating and Planting Sweetpotatoes
Join WSU Regional Small Farms IPM Specialist, Laurel Moulton, to learn about sweetpotato production out at Wild Edge Farm in Port Angeles. Farmers Karen and Jim Halberg-Weaver will be providing a tour of their set up for sweetpotato slip production and their sweetpotato field. Planting tips and techniques for our cool climate will be discussed, and participants will help plant a row of sweetpotato slips. Attendees will also learn about the Western SARE sponsored sweetpoato trials that they are hosting in conjunction with the Regional Small Farms program.
This class and on farm tour is open to all beginning and current farmers, not to the general public. Please only register if you plan to attend as there is limited space for this event. If you register and are unable to come, we kindly ask that you inform us at least 48 hours before the event so that we may open registration to other interested farmers.
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Wild Edge Farm (View)
Address will be given after registering
Port Angeles, WA 98362
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