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Rhoda Burrows

Professor & SDSU Extension Horticulture Specialist

605-394-2236

SDSU Extension West River Ag Center
711 N Creek Dr
Rapid City, SD 57703

Provide support commercial fruit and vegetable production and marketing in South Dakota. Organize production and food safety workshops and obtain funding for educational and research publications and programs; collaborate with regional and national extension efforts. Co-coordinator for SD SARE program.

Also by Rhoda Burrows

Green beans growing a garden.

How to Grow It: Green Beans

Snap beans, also called “green beans” or “string beans” (although most modern varieties do not have strings) are harvested when the pods contain immature seeds, and the pods are still succulent.

A lush, green cluster of garden peas with several pods developed.

How to Grow It: Peas

The most common type of pea in American gardens is the shelling pea, also called the “garden pea” or “English pea.” Tender, sweet peas are removed from thin, tough pods before eating.

Several bundles of fresh carrots on display at a farmers market.

How to Grow It: Carrots

Carrot is a hardy, cool-season vegetable. Carrots are eaten both raw and cooked and they can be stored for winter use.