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The Basics of Summer Fruit Tree Pruning

Tour Oregon Tilth’s urban orchard and learn basic pruning techniques to increase aesthetics and boost fruit production Co-sponsored by Oregon Tilth & Home Orchard Society

What
  • Urban Agriculture Class
  • Specialty Classes
  • Workshops
  • Classes
  • Learning
  • OEC
  • Lecture
When May 20, 2012
from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Where Luscher Farm
Contact Name
Contact Phone 503-779-4631
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The Basics of Summer Fruit Tree Pruning

Sunday, May 20, 10am - 12pm

Luscher Farm

$25/$22 Tilth member or Home Orchard Society Member

 

Join Monica Maggio, pruning expert and Arboretum Manager for Home Orchard Society in this fun, hands-on, introductory pruning class. Tour Oregon Tilth's urban orchard and learn basic pruning techniques to increase aesthetics and boost fruit production. See apple, pear, fig, peach, plum and cherry trees and learn specifics for careful pruning, training, and tree care. Go away with knowledge on when to prune and hands on experience on how to make a good cut. We will have hand pruners available but feel free to bring your own. Space is limited so sign up early! Cancellation Policy - To receive a full refund, you must email or call us at least one-week prior to the class.

Co-sponsored by Home Orchard Society & Oregon Tilth

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