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Event Date: Wednesday, February 15th, 2017
Time: 1-4pm
Location: Prevette Family Farm, 236 Williamsburg Road Olin, NC 28660

Speakers:
Craig Mauney, NC State Extension Area Agent-Commercial Vegetables;
Dr. Bill Cline, NC State Entomology & Plant Pathology Specialist - Blueberries and Muscadine Grapes
Matt Lenhardt, NC State/Iredell County Horticulture Agent

Open to the public. Commercial and Residential Producers are welcomes to this FREE Event.

Blueberries can be a profitable, specialty crop that commercial and backyard growers can produce successfully. Participants will be guided through the pruning decision making process as well as discuss production aspects of blueberries and other fruit bearing trees. Participants will gain hands-on knowledge of proper pruning techniques to maximize disease prevention and insect control, thus maximizing plant health and productivity.

Class space is limited - registration is required: Register by contacting craig_mauney@ncsu.edu , (828) 697-4891 or matt_lenhardt@ncsu.edu, 704-873-0507

Feb 15 2017