Have you been perplexed by your peppers or peonies in the past? Befuddled by blight or pondering pruning techniques? The Master Gardener Helpline is your answer!
Every Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Frank Bratt Ag Center in Jamestown, Master Gardeners are available to help you diagnose plant diseases, identify weeds and insects, and answer any gardening questions you may have. There are three ways to reach the Master Gardener Helpline. You can call 664-9502, ext. 224; you can submit your question online at chautauquacce.shutterfly.com/mg; or you can stop on in at the Ag Center located near the Jamestown Airport, Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m.
The Master Gardener Helpline will be open through September, so come on in and use this valuable resource.
Master Gardener Minute
The mission of the Chautauqua County Master Gardener Program is to educate and serve the community, utilizing university and research-based horticultural information. Volunteers are from the community who have successfully completed 50-plus hours of Cornell-approved training and volunteer a minimum of 50 hours per year. For further information, contact Betsy Burgeson, Master Gardener coordinator at Cornell Cooperative Extension/Chautauqua County, 664-9502, ext. 204.