Apple Bagging – Demo & Hands on activity session – June 11th, 10.30 A.M.
Kenosha County Center, Bristol, WI
Are you tired of spraying for apple tree pests? Think about bagging apples to protect from codling moth, plum curculio and apple maggot. Join with the Vijai Pandian, Kenosha and Racine County Horticulture Extension Educator on June 11th, Saturday, 10.30 A.M. (at Kenosha County Center, 19600 – 75th
Street, Bristol, WI) to learn about apple bagging techniques using zip lock and nylon stocking fabric.
This session includes hands on activity to bag apples using nylon stocking fabric. Please bring your own nylon stocking fabrics (as many as you can) and twist ties. Bagged apples are yours. You can come back in Mid fall (early October) to harvest your own bagged apples. This session is open to public for free. However online registration is required and should be registered before June 8th. Click on the registration link below.
For Master Gardeners, this session can be counted towards your MG Continuing education.
For any questions, contact Vijai Pandian at 262-653-1933 or email