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Charlotte Glen

Extension Agent, Agriculture - Horticulture Chatham County Center
Chatham County Office (919) 542-8202 (919) 542-8246 (Fax)
Unity ID:   cdglen

Job Description Responsible for educational programming for green industry and home gardening.

Website http://chatham.ces.ncsu.edu/

Street Address
P.O. Box 279
65 East Chatham St
Pittsboro NC   27312
Mail Address
P.O. Box 279
Pittsboro NC   27312

State Courier: 13-27-05

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Broccoli coated with frost

Preparing Your Garden For Frost

While freezing temperatures are not predicted for the coming week in the central NC Piedmont, they are not far away. A few locations in our area have already flirted with frost, but a MORE »

Onion bulbs ready for harvest

Time To Plant Onions And Garlic popular

Onions and garlic have the latest planting date of our hardy vegetables, and also one of the longest maturation times. Onions and garlics planted this fall will be ready to harvest next spring MORE »

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Rain Garden Workshop, Oct. 22 popular

Workshop: October 22, 2014, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Certification Exam (optional): October 23, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Chatham County Extension Center, Pittsboro As development in our region increases, so do the impacts MORE »

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Fall Extension Gardener Newsletter Now Available popular

Welcome fall with gardening news you can trust! The fall issue of Extension Gardener is now available online. Extension Gardener is written by horticultural experts with North Carolina Cooperative Extension. Each issue features MORE »

Bags of grass seed.

Time To Seed Tall Fescue popular

This week’s rain and cooler temperatures are providing the perfect conditions for cool season grasses such as tall fescue to germinate. If you plan to establish or renovate your lawn with a cool MORE »

Fire ant mounds along sidewalk

Control Fire Ants In Fall

Red Imported Fire Ant (RIFA), Solenopsis invicta, is an invasive species first introduced into the United States in the 1930’s from South America. RIFA have infested 330 million acres in the southern U.S., MORE »

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