March 10, 2015
For an agriculture Extension agent, each day can be different. The good days are spent saving famers money or time. On a particular afternoon in late February, Justin Shealey poked holes, sampled gas and got muddy all in an effort to help the vegetable growers in his area not lose tens of thousands of dollars and time by accidentally killing their spring transplants.
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