Robin Reuther transplants small pepper plants into larger containers in the greenhouse at the K-State Horticulture Research & Extension Center in Olathe. Reuther is trials manager at the facility, which tests flowers and vegetables for companies by giving them typical growing conditions that they’d experience in a Kansas City yard.
Robin Reuther transplants small pepper plants into larger containers in the greenhouse at the K-State Horticulture Research & Extension Center in Olathe. Reuther is trials manager at the facility, which tests flowers and vegetables for companies by giving them typical growing conditions that they’d experience in a Kansas City yard. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com
Robin Reuther transplants small pepper plants into larger containers in the greenhouse at the K-State Horticulture Research & Extension Center in Olathe. Reuther is trials manager at the facility, which tests flowers and vegetables for companies by giving them typical growing conditions that they’d experience in a Kansas City yard. Tammy Ljungblad tljungblad@kcstar.com

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