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WSU schedules Spanish-language soil health workshop in Prosser

February 19th, 2020|

Washington State University will hold a free Spanish workshop about tree fruit soil health on March 26 at the Roza research orchard near Prosser. The workshop, called “Soil Health: Its Importance and What We Can Measure in the Field,” will include a brief introduction to soil health, its indicators and a demonstration of several field measurements. All activity will be

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Matt is a first-generation tree fruit grower and graduated from Cornell University with a degree in viticulture, enology and plant sciences. He’s a farm manager at Red Jacket Orchards and is the son of Tina and Marty Murphy.

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