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By Max Erikson

Learn your plants


March 14, 2018

Whether you work with plants and trees as your profession or you are a practicing garden enthusiast, the First Detector training workshop, presented by Washington State University (WSU) Plant Diagnostician Rachel Bomberger, will teach participants how to detect and recognize invasive species and diseases on plants and gardens this year.

The first detector training is March 16 at the Klickitat County Fairgrounds in the WSU room from noon to 3 p.m. By completing the training participants can become a certified first detector. This training is open to the public, and Bomberger says it is great information for nursery workers, agriculture professionals, gardeners, or for people who work with...

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