May 10th - 31st, 2022
SERIES 2: MANAGING YOUR YARD AND GARDEN THROUGHOUT THE GROWING SEASON
Best Practices for Watering Yards and Gardens
Presented by: Lisa Johnson, Horticulture Outreach Specialist, UW-Madison Division of Extension
Description: Do you know that there is a right way and a wrong way to water your plants? Join us to learn about the water requirements for most plants, how proper watering practices can prevent plant diseases, and different ways to conserve water for your yards and gardens.
Strategies for Identifying and Managing Insect Pests
Presented by: PJ Liesch, Assistant Faculty Associate & Extension Entomologist. UW-Madison Department of Entomology
Description: Even though insects can cause damage to our plants, not all of them are bad! Learn how to look for signs of insects, why identification is required to know if an insect is beneficial or a pest, and what you can do about it! We will also talk about different control methods and options.
Strategies for Identifying and Managing Plant Diseases
Presented by: Amanda Gevens, Chair, Professor & Integrated Extension Specialist, UW-Madison Plant Pathology Department
Description: Plants can be affected by fungus, bacteria, viruses and other factors. Join us to learn about how to look for symptoms of plant disease and what you can do. We will also talk about different control methods and options.