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Tuesday, March 23 at 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Large acreage’s of Connecticut are devoted to lawns. Knowing the proper methods for caring for lawns results in better grass. In many instances use of fertilizers and pesticides can be reduced. Proper fertilizing, weed control, disease prevention, mowing, watering and seeding techniques are discussed.
Presenter: Gregory Bugbee is an expert in invasive aquatic plants, soil fertility, turfgrass, potting media, composting, and utilization of composted biosolids in horticulture. Principal investigator – Invasive Aquatic Plant Program. In charge of the soil testing in New Haven. Holds state supervisory licenses in the care of trees, turf and ornamentals and aquatic weed control.
Please register and a Zoom link will be sent to you before the event.