(From an OSU Press Release) In an effort to familiarize current and potential grape growers with vital information of what it takes to be a successful grape producer, Oklahoma State University will be offering a grape management course, said Eric Stafne, OSU Cooperative Extension fruit and nut crop specialist.
The course will meet once per month beginning Feb. 24 through Sept. 15 at the Cimarron Valley Research Station near Perkins. Each class will meet from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The class does not meet in March.
Registration is $250 per person and the course is limited to 70 participants. Preregistration is required and is due by Feb. 11. Registration information can be found online at . Click on the Horticulture/Landscape store, and then select “Short Courses and Schools.” Click on “2011 Oklahoma Grape Management.” For additional information, please contact Stephanie Larimer at 405-744-5404, or e-mail at .