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Bring plant disease and food preservation questions to Extension experts at the Gallatin Valley Farmers Market

July 6, 2011 -- MSU News Service

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Montana State University Extension specialists will have a booth at the Gallatin Valley Farmers Market at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds Saturday, July 9, to help answer questions about plant diseases and food preservation issues.

Mary Burrows, MSU Extension plant pathologist and Lynn Paul, MSU Extension Food and Nutrition specialist will host the booth on July 9. They will assist with plant disease and food preservation questions. The specialists will also provide free MSU Extension factsheets and MontGuides on various issues.

"People are encouraged to bring plant samples and food preservation and food safety questions," said Toby Day, Extension horticulturist and Master Gardener coordinator. "The specialists in the booth this week offer a depth of knowledge for gardeners and home food preservers," Day said.

The Gallatin County Farmers Market runs from 9 a.m. through noon on Saturdays through Sept. 10. There is no market on July 23.

For more information about the MSU Extension Specialist Farmers Market booth, contact Day at (406) 994-6523 or toby.day@montana.edu.

Toby Day (406) 994-6523 or toby.day@montana.edu