Fruits and Berries You Can Successfully Grow

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Come join us and learn the types of fruits and berries you can grow in our area! This is part of the Extension Gardener Series which is a prerequisite for those wanting to become Extension Master Gardeners. Fruits and Berries you can Successfully Grow poster

Fruits and Berries

You Can Successfully Grow

Tuesday – November 8, 2022 1:00 p.m.

Hoke County Cooperative Extension
645 E Palmer St, Raeford

This is a free workshop open to the public. It is also Part 4 of a 7-part series geared toward becoming a Master Gardener. You must attend 5 classes to be eligible to participate in the Master Gardener Volunteer Training.

Topics will include:

  • Fruits that can be grown in this area
  • Fertility management
  •  Pest management in fruit production
  •  And much more!

To register, contact Cathy James at 875-2162 or for more information contact Robby Brockman at the Hoke County Cooperative Extension at email: rdbrockm@ncsu.edu