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Spring Fever Gardener Workshops Set

NDSU experts will present information on gardening and landscaping topics and answer questions.

If you want to learn about selecting trees or growing a productive garden, the North Dakota State University Extension Service’s Spring Fever Garden Forums can help.

NDSU Extension is offering the series of workshops for gardeners across the state Monday and Tuesday nights, March 23 24, 30 and 31, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. CDT.

A team of 12 university experts will present information on timely topics in gardening and landscaping and then answer your questions.

Topics also include landscaping with flowers, pruning shrubs, attracting pollinators, growing fruits and herbs, and protecting plants from diseases.

The presentations will be made to a live audience in Fargo and delivered to more than 40 Extension sites across the state. Gardeners may attend at these sites or go online and participate in the live presentations on their home computer.

“More than 1,000 gardeners will participate in this mega-event,” states Tom Kalb, Extension horticulturist. “It is a great opportunity to learn of gardening trends and see the latest research from NDSU.”

The workshops are free of charge. For a full list of presentations and to register, go to http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/springfever or contact your local county Extension office.


NDSU Agriculture Communication - March 6, 2015

Source:Tom Kalb, (701) 221-6865, tom.kalb@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, (701) 231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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