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LU Horticulture Notes September 2018 issue covers efforts towards compliance with the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, its exemptions, a discussion of the science behind root systems, Facebook marketing tips for small farmers, and pests to monitor. It also provides a profile on a Flint, Michigan woman's experience starting a sustainable homestead from scratch on 40 acres in Ripley county, Missouri.

LU Horticulture Notes is published by Cooperative Extension and Research Program and edited by Dr. Touria Eaton, assistant professor of horticulture.

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Lincoln University of Missouri Cooperative Extension and Research


Jefferson City, Missouri


Horticulture--Vocational guidance, Horticulture--Study and teaching (Higher), FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (United States), Lincoln University (Jefferson City, Mo.). University Extension, FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (United States), Social media


Agricultural Science | Horticulture

LU Horticulture Notes September 2018



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