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Post Rock District

Beloit Office
(785) 738-3597

Lincoln Office
(785) 524-4432

Mankato Office
(785) 378-3174

Osborne Office
(785) 346-2521

Smith Center Office
(785) 282-6823

Cassie's Radio Program

Cassie Homan
Cassie Thiessen
Post Rock Extension District
Horticulture Agent


Current Programs

Tomato on the vine

Growing Tomatoes

In North Central Kansas early May is a good time to start thinking about getting your plants in the ground.

Asparagus in the garden

Asparagus Maintenance

Old growth can now be removed from the garden and discarded or composted.


Star of Bethlehem Weed

Star of Bethlehem

This weed is sometimes used as an ornamental, however, this plant can spread and it's very invasive.


Planting Peas

Peas are one of the most cold tolerant crops in Kansas. Once the soil is warmed and dried out a bit you can go ahead and plant peas directly into your garden.


Fruit Trees in Kansas

If you are considering purchasing fruit trees this spring, there are certain factors that should be considered for some of our fruit tree species.