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Default New Event Announcement: Become a Garden Detective: Diagnosing Plant Problems

New Event Announcement from Travis County Master Gardeners Association:

Becoming A Garden Detective: Diagnosing Plant Problems

June 16, 2009


Steiner Ranch Towne Square Community Center

12550 Country Trails Lane

Austin 78732

Just when you think you've done everything right by your plants, one of them
starts to go downhill. One of the biggest challenges for gardeners is
correctly diagnosing plant problems and finding effective, safe solutions.
Is your plant dying because of an insect, environmental or disease problem?
Join us to learn the causes of plant problems, the process for diagnosing
plant problems, and preventive garden management techniques. This class is
free and open to the public. A plant clinic will run during the seminar to
help you diagnose current problems so please bring samples of problem

This seminar is presented by the Travis County Master Gardeners Association,
a volunteer arm of the Texas AgriLife Extension Service in Travis County.
For more details, see or call the Travis
County Master Gardener's help desk at (512) 854-9600.

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