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Winters Friends of the Library hosted a free workshop on Fruit Tree Pruning and Training on Wednesday February 17th, 7-8 p.m.
The workshop was led by Steve Radosevich, Yolo County UC Cooperative Extension Master Gardner, who has taught a variety of fruit tree related workshops for the last 15 years. He is also interested in landscape trees and volunteers with the Woodland Tree Foundation, which has planted over 5,000 trees in the last 20 years. Steve also teaches composting and worm composting classes for the Master Gardener program.
WFoL is cancelling our annual bare-root tree sale this year due to the pandemic. This workshop will help people who have bought trees at previous sales keep them healthy and productive.
Steve’s workshop this month covers how proper training and pruning of deciduous fruit trees during the winter dormant season directs new growth, helps create a desired tree structure, and encourages spring fruit set. This Zoom workshop is the first in a new series, “WFoL Wednesdays,” which will feature different virtual workshops on the third Wednesday of each month.
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