Blueberry & Grape Pruning Workshop

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February 19, 2022 flyer with the same information and some pictures of pruning


This blueberry and grape pruning workshop is a great way to learn how to correctly prune your newly acquired or overgrown blueberries or grapevines. This workshop will be located at the Johnston County Agricultural Center in the auditorium from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. on February 19, 2022. There will be demonstrations on how to properly train and prune grapevines and blueberries to get the best production from each type. There also will be time for answering questions on insect and disease control as well as training and pruning questions.

If you are planning to take the Extension Master Gardener Volunteer℠ class in March,  this training is recommended.