Tomato and Vegetable Garden Pests and Diseases Lunch and Learn

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The Bibb County Extension Office and the Brent-Centreville Public Library are hosting a Tomato and Vegetable Garden Pests and Diseases Lunch-and-Learn program at the Brent-Centreville Public Library on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

This program is for anyone that wants to learn how to identify tomato and vegetable problems and manage the problems and pests.

Nelson Wynn, Regional Extension Agent serving Bibb County in Home Grounds, Gardens and Home Pests, will cover diseases, fungus, blights, tomato wilt, and herbicide injury.

The program will take place in conference room in the basement of the Library, which is located at the corner of Library Street and Walnut Street in Centreville, between McDonald’s and the National Guard Armory.

There is no charge to attend the program, but please call the Bibb County Extension Office to pre-register at 205-926-4310.

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (Alabama A&M University and Auburn University), is an equal opportunity educator and employer.  Everyone is welcome!

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As the Bibb County Coordinator for Alabama Extension, Matthew D. Hartzell coordinates the implementation of all Extension programs in Bibb County in many program areas. These program areas include 4-H and Youth Development, Animal Sciences, Food Safety and Quality, Forestry, Wildlife and Natural Resources, Human Nutrition, Diet and Health, Family and Child Development, Family Resource Management and Workforce Development, Commercial Horticulture, Home Grounds, Gardens and Home Pests, Farm and Agribusiness Management, and Community and Economic Development. Hartzell has served in his current position for 12 years and held primary program assignments in Community and Economic Development, Human Nutrition, Diet and Health, and Forestry Wildlife and Natural Resources.

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