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Green County Master Gardeners to Host Fall Education Class

 

September 26, 2019



Join the Green County Master Gardener Association volunteers on Saturday, September 28, 2019, to learn more about tackling garden chores this fall! Completing prep work this fall can reward you with a shorter to-do list in the spring and also help eliminate garden pests and diseases, resulting in healthier plants. This fall class will be held at the Green County Justice Center, 2841 6th Street, Monroe, from 9:00 a.m. until Noon.

Three timely fall garden and landscaping topics will be featured. Kasey Tousignant, owner of KC’s Landscaping of Monroe, will provide insight on end-of-season pruning, flower bed and landscape care. Kasey has a Landscape Technical Diploma from Blackhawk Technical College and an Associate Degree in Business Management from BTC. Green County Master Gardener Association (GCMGA) member Mike Davis will share his expertise on soil amending and composting. Through composting, you enhance your garden’s ability to grow healthy plants! Three GCMGA members, Kris Winker, Susan Konopacki and Marilyn Sandin-Ross, will teach those in attendance about fall plant division, techniques for moving garden perennials and planting bulbs for next spring and summer’s enjoyment!

This fall educational event is open to the public and there is no charge to attend. The Green County Master Gardeners Association meets on the fourth Thursday of the month, from February through October. Anyone interested in horticulture and gardening is welcome to join the association and you do not have to be a Master Gardener to be a member. For more information on the Extension Master Gardener program contact Jackie McCarville, Green County UW-Extension, at (608) 328-9440.

 
 

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