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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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Preparing Landscapes for Snow and Ice popular

Starting tonight and going through Saturday, many areas in central NC will experience snow and ice accumulations that could damage trees and shrubs. Some of this damage may be prevented but for many MORE »

Snow on tree

A Snowy Winter Ahead?

Weather has a huge impact on plant growth. Extreme temperatures, drought, heavy rainfall, snow and ice can all contribute to crop failure and cause serious damage to landscape plants. Being aware of seasonal MORE »

black and yellow garden spider

Don’t Be Spooked By Spiders

Maybe it’s because my name is Charlotte and I grew up on a farm, but I have always had an affinity for spiders. I realize not everyone shares this attraction, but here is MORE »

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How Can I Keep Deer From Eating My Plants?

Fall is the best time to plant trees, shrubs and perennials in the southeast. All of your work and investment can be ruined overnight if you do not select deer resistant varieties or MORE »

Emerald ash borer

Ash Trees In NC Under Attack By New Pest

As of Sept. 10, the North Carolina Department of Agriculture has declared the entire state of North Carolina under quarantine for emerald ash borer, an invasive insect pest first discovered in the United MORE »

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Plant A Fall Garden

If excessive heat and drought ruined your summer garden or you never planted one, you now have a second chance. Many favorite cool weather vegetables can be planted in August and September for MORE »

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What Should I Do About Caterpillars?

Just as plants have peak seasons, so do pests. Aphids rule the spring, beetles reign in early summer, but late summer and fall are the season of the caterpillar. Many different types of MORE »

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