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MSU Extension announces weekly plant clinic

April 14, 2016 -- MSU News Service

MSU Extension in Gallatin County will hold a Plant Clinic in its Belgrade office on Tuesday and Thursday starting April 12 through Sept. 15, from 1:15-4 p.m.

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Montana State University Extension Gallatin County will host a weekly plant clinic from 1:15-4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, from April 12 through Sept. 15, in its Belgrade office, located at 201 W. Madison Ave., Suite 300 in Belgrade.

MSU Extension personnel, assisted by Emily Lockard, Gallatin County agriculture agent, will staff the clinic.

Questions will be answered through phone calls, emails and walk-ins. 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 at the Extension office during normal business hours, though yard and gardening questions will be answered during clinic hours. The public can also call during clinic hours 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 or at the office.

To learn more about MSU Extension in Gallatin County visit www.gallatinextension.com.    

Contact: Emily Lockard, MSU Extension Gallatin County, (406) 388-3213 or emily.lockard@montana.edu