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Anoka County Plant and Insect Diagnostics Clinics

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Date

Add to Calendar 2024-07-24 18:00:00 2024-07-24 19:30:00 Anoka County Plant and Insect Diagnostics Clinics Ever wonder what's eating your plants, what weeds are growing in your lawn, or why your tree looks sick? Master Gardeners are available to assist in diagnosing common landscape/gardening questions at the Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinics. This is a free service for Anoka County residents. Bring up to 3 samples or photos for identification or diagnoses of plant and insect issues.Wednesdays, June 26 - August 14 from 6 - 7:30 p.m. (no clinic on July 3)At the clinics residents will be able to:Bring in weeds or insect samples for identificationBring samples of damaged plant material for diagnoses of common insects, diseases, or other problemsReceive University of Minnesota recommendations for best practices for most of your gardening or landscaping concernsVisit the Anoka County Master Gardener website for more information regarding our programs and offerings.  Anoka County Extension Anoka County Extension Anoka County Extension America/Chicago public

Time

Central time

Location

Anoka County Extension
Bunker Hills Activities Center
550 Bunker Lake Blvd NW,
Andover, MN 55304

Contact

Nancie Klebba, Master Gardener program coordinator
nklebba@umn.edu, 763-324-3498

Kim Ferguson, Administrative Services Assistant
fergu029@umn.edu, 763-324-3499

Natalie Peterson, Principal Office & Administrative Specialist
pet01577@umn.edu, 763-324-3496

Ever wonder what's eating your plants, what weeds are growing in your lawn, or why your tree looks sick? Master Gardeners are available to assist in diagnosing common landscape/gardening questions at the Plant and Insect Diagnostic Clinics. This is a free service for Anoka County residents. Bring up to 3 samples or photos for identification or diagnoses of plant and insect issues.

  • Wednesdays, June 26 - August 14 from 6 - 7:30 p.m. (no clinic on July 3)

At the clinics residents will be able to:

  • Bring in weeds or insect samples for identification
  • Bring samples of damaged plant material for diagnoses of common insects, diseases, or other problems
  • Receive University of Minnesota recommendations for best practices for most of your gardening or landscaping concerns

Visit the Anoka County Master Gardener website for more information regarding our programs and offerings. 

Audience

  • Anoka County residents

Cost

Free

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