From: Brown, Stephen
Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 4:14 PM
To: Brown, Stephen
Subject: Brown's Plant File: Walter's Viburnum; New Scale Insect; Classes Galore/r
Here are a couple of new county publications.
What blooming? Walter’s Viburnum. A recommended plant.
This is a new fact sheet on a new scale insect problem. This time they are feeding on wild tamarind.
The Hong Kong Orchid is still blooming.
Below is information on upcoming classes.
Two more Saturdays of “Tree Progress.” Walk-ins welcome.
Tropical Fruit Tree Propagation is March 2nd.
Become a citizen scientist and learn how to track the effects of climate on flora and fauna.
You need a laptop for this class and it is limited to 20. March 8th is the date. Give me a call.
UF Research is everywhere is on March 19th and it’s about Florida constructed from Pollen.
“Turf Progress” is on April 20th.
This link will take you to the top of my page.
Until next time!
Stephen H. Brown
Horticulture Program Leader
University of Florida/IFAS
3410 Palm Beach Blvd.., Fort Myers, FL 33916
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Phone: (239) 533-7513 Fax: (239) 485-2305
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