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Conversations Live: Get Your Garden On! (Spring 2019)

Waking up the garden to a new growing season is about more than soil and seedlings. Spring is a pick-me-up for the home gardener as well. On this Spring 2019 edition of Get Your Garden On!, we discuss preparing your garden for the summer with Penn State Extension educators Tom Ford and John Esslinger.

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Host

Anne DanahyAnne Danahy

WPSU Reporter

Guests

John EsslingerJohn Esslinger

Horticulture Educator, Penn State Extension

Thomas FordThomas Ford

Horticulture Educator, Penn State Extension

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