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A Plant Out of Place: Weeds in the Fall Garden

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This is the fifth program in the Fall in the Garden Learning Series.

Are your out-of-place plants outcompeting your veggies? Join us for a survey of perennial, biennial, and cool-season annual weeds that are commonly found in Maine gardens. Learn the basics of botany and how to use a key to identify your own weeds. Strategies to manage problem plants based on plant characteristics and methods of plant survival will also be explored.

When: Tuesday, October 4, 2022
Where:
7 County Drive, Skowhegan, ME 04976
Time: 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Presenters:

  • Brett Johnson, UMaine Extension Sustainable Agriculture and Horticulture Professional, Somerset County
  • Nick Rowley, UMaine Extension Sustainable Agriculture and Horticulture Professional, Franklin County

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The Fall in the Garden Learning Series is designed to help you extend the season and save more of what your garden provides. Each program will cover a topic that you can implement this fall and will include a presentation and Q&A session.

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Program Description

Are your out-of-place plants outcompeting your veggies? Join us for a survey of perennial, biennial, and cool-season annual weeds that are commonly found in Maine gardens. Learn the basics of botany and how to use a key to identify your own weeds. Strategies to manage problem plants based on plant characteristics and methods of plant survival will also be explored.

The Fall in the Garden Learning Series is designed to help you extend the season and save more of what your garden provides. Each program will cover a topic that you can implement this fall and will include a presentation and Q&A session.

Questions about the Series? Contact Emily Collins, Administrative Specialist, UMaine Extension, Somerset County, at emily.collins3@maine.edu or 207.474.9622.

If you need a reasonable accommodation, please contact Contact Emily Collins, Administrative Specialist, UMaine Extension, Somerset County, at emily.collins3@maine.edu or 207.474.9622, a week before the event. If requests are received after this time period, we may not have sufficient time to make necessary arrangements.

Program Details

Date

Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Time

4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m

Location

7 County Drive, Skowhegan, ME 04976

Instructors

Brett Johnson, UMaine Extension Sustainable Agriculture and Horticulture Professional, Somerset County
Nick Rowley, UMaine Extension Sustainable Agriculture and Horticulture Professional, Franklin County

Contact Name

Emily Collins, emily.collins3@maine.edu or 207.474.9622

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