U of I Parma Pomology Program Sponsors Fruit Field Day Sept. 7
September 07, 2018
Visitors who spend this morning, Sept. 7, at the University of Idaho Parma Research and Extension Center’s Pomology Orchard and Vineyard will learn by tasting the fruits of summer now heavy on the bough and vine. The Pomology Program Annual Fruit Field Day typically draws hundreds to learn about new pomology practices, sample table grapes, peaches, nectarines, apples, plums, quince, Asian pears and alternative fruits. Read more.
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