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Vegetable gardening workshop offered free to public

Oklahoma

Experienced gardeners who want to grow bigger and better crops and novice gardeners who need to learn how to get started are invited to the "Vegetable Gardening" seminar held at the OSU Cooperative Extension Service March 19, from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

"Even experienced gardeners can learn quite a bit from these seminars," said Ray Ridlen, OSU Extension Horticulture educator. "Putting new research to work for you really can help increase garden yields and decrease the overall work load associated with gardening."

Soil preparation, planting techniques, vegetable varieties and watering schedules are just a few of the topics that will be covered in the seminar.

"Gardening can be one of the most rewarding experiences there is, but it can also be frustrating if your time and effort doesn't add up to production. That's where education comes in," Ridlen added.

The "Vegetable Gardening" seminar will also be offered March 17, at the Chisholm Trail Presbyterian Church at 801 West Vandement in Yukon, Oklahoma, at 5:30 p.m., and at the OSU Cleveland County Extension Center (located at 601 East Robinson in Norman) at 5:30 p.m., March 19.

All of the seminars are offered free to the public. For more information about "Vegetable Gardening" or other horticulture classes offered by the OSU Extension Center, contact the Oklahoma County office at 713-1125.



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