BROWNWOOD – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office in Brown County will kick off their yearly Lunch-N-Learn horticultural series with a pruning seminar Feb. 11 at the AgriLife Extension office in Brown County, 605 Fisk Ave., Brownwood.
“If you have an interest in improving your skills at pruning fruit trees, grafting pecan trees, controlling vegetable diseases or building a keyhole garden, then be sure to pencil this seminar series in on your new calendars,” said Scott Anderson, AgriLife Extension agent in Brown County.
Anderson said all the hour-long seminars will start at noon in the AgriLife Extension office.
Dates and topics are:
– Feb. 11, Fruit Tree Puning and Management.
– April 8, Drip Irrigation Watering in Vegetable Gardens.
– May 8, Pecan Grafting.
– June 4, Home Yard Tree Care and Management.
– July 9, Plant Pathology/Disease Prevention and Seed Collection.
– Sept.10, Keyhole Gardening.
Anderson said numerous horticultural experts have been scheduled to speak on the various topics throughout the coming months. AgriLife is being joined in conducting the Lunch-N-Learn Series by the Brown County Master Gardeners’ Association.
Anderson said a one-time individual registration fee of $25 covers the entire series.
For more information contact Anderson at 325-646-0386,