Second Mondays Plant Clinic Launch October 11th

Microscope: Image Credit Matthew Orwat
Microscope: Image Credit Matthew Orwat

In gardening, brown or black spotted leaves, insect chewing, or sticky oozing sap on plants is most often an indicator of disease problems or growth issues. This causes us to worry and seek answers as to why this is occurring. This is good since the first step in solving a plant growth or disease issue is diagnosis.

Fortunately, If you happen to live in or near Washington County, we are launching our Second Mondays Free Plant Clinic. Staffed by knowledgeable and friendly UF / IFAS Master Gardener volunteers and your County Extension Agent, we will be available every second Monday of the month from 10am to 2pm at the Washington County Ag Center, which houses the UF / IFAS Extension Office. We will be located in the Master Gardener Volunteer Library which is just left of the central auditorium double doors. The launch date of this plant clinic is Monday, October 11th. See you then!

Schedule Below for 2021:

Monday October 11th 10am-2pm (CDT)

Monday November 8th 10am-2pm (CST)

Monday December 13th 10am-2pm (CST)

Monday, January 11th 10am-2pm 2022


UF / IFAS Extension Washington County (AG Center)

Spotted, Diseased Leaf. Image Credit: Mat
Spotted, Diseased Leaf. Image Credit: Matthew Orwat

1424 Jackson Ave. Suite A, Chipley FL. 32428

Master Gardener Library, Through Auditorium double doors and to the left.

Contact Us:

Matthew Orwat at 850-638-6180




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Posted: October 1, 2021

Category: Agriculture, HOME LANDSCAPES, Pests & Disease, Pests & Disease
Tags: Plant Clinic

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