Bob Crain will discuss fungicide use at noon Thursday

Green Thumb lecture to focus on fungicides

Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES — Bob Crain will present “A Common Sense Guide to Fungicide Use” online at noon on Thursday.

The free lecture is part of the Green Thumb Garden Tips series streaming on Zoom.

Cain will discuss the environmental conditions that make plants susceptible to fungus and ways to mitigate those conditions. He also will discuss what is or is not a fungicide, how fungicides work and how to safely apply them.

Links to the Zoom meeting can be found at tinyurl.com/PDN-MasterGardenResources.

To listen only, dial 253-215-8782, then enter meeting ID 922 3655 1514 and passcode 649304.

For more information, call the county extension at 360-565-2679.

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