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Master gardener program beginning in February
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MONROE - People interested in learning how to better manage their yards and gardens and willing to share their gained knowledge with others will want to register to attend the General Master Gardener Program being held from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays from Feb. 3 to April 21 at the Government Services Building of the Pleasant View Complex, N3150 Wisconsin 81, Monroe.University of Wisconsin-Extension specialists, Green County Agriculture Agent Mark Mayer and local certified Master Gardener Volunteers will help coordinate and teach the classes. Participants will explore the proper practices involved in managing trees and shrubs, lawns, landscape plants, fruit crops and vegetables and including discussions on insect, disease and weed management, cultivar selection, pruning, mulches, and other crop care activities. Participants will become certified as UW-Extension Master Gardeners after completing the 36 hour course, and passing an open book exam.

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