This free one day workshop is for those who want to start and/or successfully operate a food business in West Virginia. You’ll learn everything including product and process approval, needed certificates, inspections of food businesses, labeling requirements, responding to emergencies, and marketing.
This free workshop is for those who want to produce and/or train how to produce dried fruit products. The class will include product and process development, ingredients, product safety, and storage and handling.
Contact Judy Matlick at 304-728-7413 or Judy.Matlick@mail.wvu.edu to register or for more information about either workshop.
Use this form to submit a sample for testing at the WVU Soil Testing Lab in Morgantown. This form requires Adobe Acrobat Reader a free computer program, to be printed.The analysis for pH, phosphorous, potassium, calcium, and magnesium is free. The only cost is postage to mail the sample. A recommendation for lime, nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium is provided. Results will be returned to you in two to three weeks.
To create a representative sample of the area of interest, take 10 to 20 individual samples, combine them in one container, mix them and let the soil dry. Then pull a subsample from the soil collected and fill a sandwich bag. Mail the sandwich bag and the completed form to the address on the form.