Growing the Spring Vegetable Garden

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Fresh vegetables grown from your garden in the spring can be a nutritious and enjoyable experience for the whole family. Everyone enjoys those fresh vegetables picked at the peak of freshness from your very own garden. The vegetables grown in your garden can also stretch your food dollars. You don’t have to have a large area to grow vegetables in a spring garden.

The Growing the Spring Vegetable Garden meeting has been scheduled for Monday, March 20,2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Vance County Regional Farmers Market located at 210 Southpark Drive in Henderson. According to Wayne Rowland Agricultural and Natural Resources Technician with Vance County Cooperative Extension. During this meeting gardeners will learn vegetables that grow well during the spring. The vegetable requirements that are needed for a successful garden, weed and insect control, nutrient requirements, and irrigation methods to increase vegetable production. For more information and to register for this meeting contact

Wayne Rowland at 252-438-8188 or wayne_rowland @ncsu.edu

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Wayne Rowland, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionWayne RowlandAgricultural Natural Resources Technician Call Wayne Email Wayne N.C. Cooperative Extension, Vance County Center
Updated on Feb 27, 2017
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