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Gardening in the Mountains: Understanding Natural and Organic Pesticides

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Learn about the use of natural and organic pesticides including soaps and oils, botanicals, minerals, and biopesticides.

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Gardening in the Mountains presents:

Understanding Natural and Organic Pesticides

Thursday, June 17, 2021

10 to 11 a.m.

FREE Virtual Event

Presenter: Phil Roudebush, Extension Master GardenerSM Volunteer

Program Description: This presentation outlines the use of natural and organic pesticides including soaps and oils, botanicals, minerals, and biopesticides (microbials). Pests are any unwanted living organism found in your home, garden, or landscape. While a good pest management plan will start with preventative, cultural, and other non-chemical methods, a pesticide may also be considered. Selection guidelines, proper use, and reasons for pesticide failures will be discussed.

Registration: The talk is free, but registration is required. If you encounter problems registering or if you have questions, call 828-255-5522.

Zoom seminar access: After registration , you will receive an email with instructions and a link to join this online live broadcast via Zoom. The ability to access Zoom through a computer, tablet, or smartphone with a reliable internet connection is necessary to attend.


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49 Mount Carmel Rd
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Asheville, NC 28806

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