Kansas state horticulture extension

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Kansas state horticulture extension agents have agreed to cancel all activities until Dec. 31, 2020, when services will begin with a few exceptions: counties will continue to plant native grasses as per the environmental health order to control invasive species, and extension will be available to local county extension agents. During this time, horticulture teams can perform mapping of weed occurrences and treatments with a mapping company, or using public mapping resources.

The current stay-at-home order will be in place until May 26, 2020. Extension offices will reopen after a “glassy period” until at least Aug. 15, 2020.

Department of Agriculture interim Director of State Marketing and Agricultural Services JoAnne Ferrell said, “In many counties, local extension is the best link to help protect their families from COVID-19 and I encourage them to follow the extension recommendations.”

Ferrell added that all departments will be subject to the same changes in programming, staffing, budgeting and volume as other Kansans, so they will need to respond.

Before finalizing the schedule, Ferrell said a series of two meetings are being planned for July 7 and July 11.

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