Fort Bend County Libraries will existing an on line gardening program, “Tree Care Fundamentals,” on Tuesday, November 16, beginning at 2:00 pm. Part 8 of the Texas AgriLife Extension Office’s Landscape Achievements sequence for owners, this program will be reside-streamed through Webex it will NOT be in individual.
James (Boone) Holladay, County Extension Agent with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Business in Fort Bend County, will provide an overview of tree treatment for the Texas Gulf Coast area.
Find out about distinct varieties of trees that accomplish nicely in this location, which types are large or minimal upkeep, where by to plant them, and how to h2o them. Listen to about the optimum soil advisable for various varieties of trees, as effectively as nutrient prerequisites and styles of fertilizers. Holladay will also converse about prevalent pests and conditions that have an affect on trees in this area and how to combat them.
Holladay received his undergraduate degree in Horticulture from Stephen F. Austin State College and his graduate diploma in Agricultural Schooling from Texas A&M University.
The software is free and open to the public. Registration is demanded for the method so that a link to the Webex session can be emailed to all who register. To sign-up on the net at the library’s web site (www.fortbend.lib.tx.us), click on “Classes & Gatherings,” pick out “Virtual Courses,” and find the application on the day indicated. Contributors might also sign-up by calling Fort Bend County Libraries’ Communications Business office at 281-633-4734.