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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

Recent Posts by Charlotte

garden millipede

Millipedes Invading Homes And Garages popular

If your garage, home, shed, beehive, or any other dry structure has been invaded by millipedes in the past few weeks blame it on the wet weather. These many legged arthropods are simply MORE »

Swallowtail Butterfly

Extension Gardener Summer Issue popular

The summer issue of Extension Gardener is now available online. This special issue is the first to focus on a single topic – all articles in the summer issue relate to the importance of MORE »

Blossom end rot

Hot Weather Reduces Vegetable Yields

The current heat wave will likely cause many home vegetable gardens to experience a drop in production. Problems associated with extended periods of temperatures in the mid and upper nineties include blossom drop, MORE »

algae growing on pond

Aquatic Weed Management Workshop

Is your pond covered in green slime? Are aquatic weeds preventing you from using your pond for irrigation, recreation, or other needs? Learn how to manage algae and other aquatic weeds commonly found MORE »

Chives

Culinary Herbs Are Easy To Grow

Culinary herbs are among the easiest edible plants you can grow at home. Most herbs naturally have few pest problems – even the deer tend to leave them alone. All that most herbs MORE »

Tomatoes

Tomato Planting Tips

Soil temperatures have warmed into the 60’s and there is little chance we will see another frost this spring in central North Carolina, which means it is time to plant warm season crops. MORE »

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