South Dakota State University Extension will be hosting a virtual garden hour starting on May 4 from 7 to 8 p.m. CST.
Every Tuesday evening through Sept. 28, the public is invited to join the online discussion as SDSU Extension horticulture specialists tackle the latest gardening and landscaping questions from across the state. Participants can expect to receive individualized and research-based solutions on topics, such as plants, lawns, trees, insects and other horticulture questions.
Garden Hour will be hosted by Rhoda Burrows, Professor and SDSU Extension Horticulturist, along with John Ball, Professor, SDSU Extension Forestry Specialist and South Dakota Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources (SDDANR) Forest Health Specialist.
There is no fee to attend, but participants will need to register for the weekly webinars using this Zoom registration link. Confirmation Zoom links and reminders will be emailed to attendees. You only need to register once to be signed up for all the sessions, but can attend at your convenience.
"Garden Hour will include many features of Garden Line, including SDSU experts on hand to answer gardening questions live, video clips and timely advice through the growing year. There will also be guest experts throughout the season to add expertise in topics, such as lawncare and pest-and-weed control for homeowners."