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Cover photo for Summer 2024 Horticulture Newsletter

Summer 2024 Horticulture Newsletter

See our Summer 2024 Horticulture Newsletter for the most up-to-date Extension news. Summer 2024 Horticulture Newsletter – …

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Backyard Muscadines

On Wednesday, January 25th, the N.C. Cooperative Extension – Scotland and Robeson County Centers are hosting a Backyard Muscadine class …

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We Are Hiring

We are hiring! This two-county position will be responsible for Field Crops in Scotland and Hoke Counties. Head to …

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Howling With CALS

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Pecans - A Southern Tradition

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    A poorly developed strawberry plant with dead outer leaves

    Fumigant Injury

    Fumigation related injury of strawberries is described with fumigant management and corrective measures provided.

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    Frost Damage

    Frost injury in strawberries is described and frost prevention strategies provided.

    ripe strawberry fruit

    Hail Damage

    Hail damage in strawberries is described.

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    Wind Damage

    Wind damage of strawberry is described.

    Strawberry plant with many dead brown leaves

    Winter Injury

    Winter injury/cold injury is described and management provided for strawberry crops.

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    Poor Pollination

    Poor pollination is described and management provided.