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2004 Valley Citrus Festivals

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The 2004 Valley Citrus Festivals



Get ready for the 2004 citrus planting season by learning how to grow healthy citrus in the Valley of the Sun. Learn to care for your citrus and deciduous fruit trees at two Valley Citrus Clinics sponsored by the University of Arizona Maricopa County Cooperative Extension. The foremost experts in the state will provide a once-a-year opportunity for homeowners to learn and ask questions about the care of Citrus, Apples, Peaches and other fruit crops.

THE EAST VALLEY CITRUS CLINIC:
Saturday, January 24, Greenfield Citrus Nursery in Mesa.

THE NORTHWEST VALLEY CITRUS CLINIC:
Saturday, January 31, at the U of A Citrus Agricultural Center in Waddell.

Gates open at 8:30 a.m. at each event with the clinic running from 9:00 a.m. to Noon. Tickets are available for $5.00 by advance purchase, or $8.00 at the gate and may be purchased from the Maricopa County Cooperative Extension. For more information, please visit http://ag.arizona.edu/maricopa/garden/ or call (602) 470-1556 ext. 1012


Maricopa County Master Gardener Volunteer Information
Last Updated December 18, 2003, 2003
Author: Lucy K. Bradley, Extension Agent Urban Horticulture, University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Maricopa County
© 1997 The University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cooperative Extension in Maricopa County
Comments to Maricopa-hort@ag.arizona.edu 4341 E. Broadway Road, Phoenix, AZ 85040,
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