Pruning workshop draws crowd
Matthew Hundley / (email@example.com)
The workshop was organized into two alternating sessions, with half of the group working with Hundley and J.D. Obermiller, an apple expert who manages a research orchard at Mills River Research Station, on the proper training and pruning of young trees through each of the first several years of growth.The second half of the group worked with ACCE Extension Agent Adam Keener and Mitchell County Horticulture Extension Agent Jeremy Delisle to learn about the process of repairing the effects of neglect or poor pruning in older trees.
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