The Hardin County Master Gardeners are hosting “An Evening Garden Affair” on Monday evening June 28.
This virtual event is from 7 to 8:30 pm and will feature Amy Stone of Ohio State University Extension with a program about ‘Selecting Plants to Avoid Invasive Insects’. In order to make this program available to gardeners across the state, this Zoom event will be available at no cost for gardeners to participate on their computer, smartphone, tablet, or attendees can listen in on their telephone.
Non-Native Plants and Pests Gardeners Don’t Want to See – Everything related to gardening is good…right? While we would love to say yes, unfortunately there are some unwanted guests that we may encounter or should be on the lookout for. Learn about some of these non-native pests and what you can do to help fight the invasive species battle.
Amy Stone is Lucas County OSU Extension Educator for Agriculture and Natural Resources. She loves plants and has been known as the “Invasive Queen”, taking on outreach and educational efforts on invasive species through her work with OSU Extension statewide.
Gardeners interested in participating in this webinar must pre-register at https://go.osu.edu/eveninggardenaffair ahead of time for connection instructions.
For further information contact Mark Badertscher, Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Educator at 419-767-6037 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with participating in this virtual program.