DUNCAN — This month, the Greenlee County Cooperative Extension is hosting the Diagnosing and Identifying Plant Damage Workshop for the Master Gardener Program.
The class begins June 15 at the extension office in Duncan at 10 a.m.
Participants will learn how to spot the signs of everything from disease to pests affecting their greenery.
“Have you ever observed plant damage and wondered what did it and what to do about it? Then join us here at the extension office in Duncan,” Program Coordinator Bill Cook wrote. “We will learn to recognize and manage living factors, such as insect or disease and nonliving factors, such as nutrient imbalance or environmental conditions.”
The workshop also promises to help gardeners identify the good bugs versus the bad bugs.
The cost of the workshop is $10 for the general public and free of charge for those enrolled in the Master Gardener Program.
For more information about this and other workshops in the program contact Cook at 928-359-2261 or by e-mail at email@example.com.