Blueberry Pruning Workshop

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Do you grow blueberries, or would you like to? Do you have questions about the best way to prune the bushes?

Join Craig Mauney, Extension Area Agent, Commercial Fruits and Vegetables, and Horticulture agents from Davidson, Davie, and Rowan Counties on Friday, Feb. 18th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Sandy Creek Farm in Lexington for a free blueberry pruning workshop.

Blueberries are a potentially profitable specialty crop that commercial and backyard growers can produce successfully. Participants will be guided through the pruning decision making process as well as discussing production aspects of blueberries. Participants will gain hands-on knowledge of proper pruning techniques to maximize disease and insect control thus maximizing plant health and productivity.

Register by emailing Susan Hawkins at or by calling 336-753-6100.