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THE FAMILY PLOT

The Family Plot: Fruit Diseases and Insects

  • Aired: 05/21/2012
  • 26:30
  • Rating: NR
This week on The Family Plot, Chris Cooper and his guests, Mike Dennison - UT Extension Agent (retired), Anne Krekelberg - Master Gardener and Paul Little - Little/Hill Nursery - look at a variety of sedum along with some ideas for planting, fruit diseases and insects and offer a sneak peek of the Memphis Area Master Gardener's "Through Our Garden Gates" public garden tour.
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Horticulturist Dr. Chris Cooper and guests discuss gardening in the Mid-South.
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