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MSU Extension in Gallatin County will hold weekly plant clinic

April 27, 2015 -- MSU Extension Service

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BOZEMAN – Montana State University Extension in Gallatin County will host a weekly plant clinic in their Belgrade office during the growing season. The plant clinic will be open Wednesdays from 1-4 p.m. until September 16.

MSU Extension’s Gallatin County office is located at 201 W. Madison Ave., Suite 300, Belgrade. Level 3 Master Gardeners will staff the clinic, assisted by Emily Lockard, Gallatin County agriculture agent, and Dara Palmer, assistant coordinator for Master Gardener.

Questions will be answered through phone calls and walk-ins from the public. The public is encouraged to bring in plant samples for identification or disease diagnosis. Yard and garden insect samples can also be brought in for identification. Plant and insect samples can be dropped off to the Extension office during normal business hours, and yard and gardening questions will be answered during the Plant Clinic. The public can also call during Plant Clinic to have questions answered and to request yard and gardening information.

The MSU Extension Gallatin County plant clinic can be reached at (406) 388-3213, GallatinPlantClinic@montana.edu and is located at 201 West Madison, Ste. 300, in Belgrade.

If you would like to learn more about MSU Extension in Gallatin County visit www.gallatinextension.com

Contact: Emily Lockard, (406) 388-3213, emily.lockard@montana.edu.