“Growing a nut orchard for the Future” Seminar, Feb. 21th
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Nebraska Nut Growers Association and Heartland Nuts ’N More coop are sponsoring a seminar, “Growing a Nut Orchard for the Future,” about growing nut trees in our area which produce quality nuts. The seminar will be held on Thursday, Feb. 21, 7–9 p.m. at the Lancaster Extension Education Center, 444 Cherrycreek Road, Lincoln. No cost to attend. There will be door prize drawings of several seedling nut tree and nut seed varieties. Some products Heartland Nuts ’N More produces from nut trees and nuts will be on display. Black walnut, Pecan, Chestnut, Hickory and Hazelnut are the most common nut trees for our area.
If you want to plant just a couple nut trees or an orchard, you will find this seminar informative. Growing nut trees can be a great family activity now and for the future. This seminar will introduce you to most aspects of what it takes to accomplish your goals and expectations. There will also be professional growers on-hand to answer your questions.
Topics include: • Understanding the growing of nut trees in the Midwest.
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