APRIL 27TH, 9:00AM - 3:00PM

BARRY GREEN Q&A

Barry will be here to answer all of your lawn care questions.

Barry K. Green has been active in the grass seed industry and lawn business since 1957. There is no other seedsman in the USA who has been active for so long. Barry works closely with grass seed plant breeders in the Pacific Northwest to develop the next generation of Black Beauty Turfgrasses. He also works with people at Cascade Seed, Jonathan Green’s Research and Development production company, in Oregon to contract these elite turfgrasses with seed farmers. Barry has been instrumental in the development of the New American Lawn Program and our exclusive soil foods.

MAY 18TH, 10:00AM - 4:00PM

TIPS TO GET YOUR GARDEN READY FOR SPRING W/ORGANIC GARDENING EXPERT ANITA DAFONTE

Culinary/gardening expert Anita Dafonte from Coast of Maine Organic Products will return to Rohsler’s on Saturday, May 18. Anita will shares tips on: Organic gardening, cooking with vegetables and herbs fresh from the garden to table, soil prep, fertilizers, mulch, tools, design and common problems and how to fix them. Anita, who hails from a family of bakers and caterers, began growing her own vegetables to enhance the flavors of her food. She begins the process by building rich organic soil for her plants, a project made easier thanks to Coast of Maine’s biologically diverse, compost-based products such as Bumper Crop. Special pricing on all Coast of Maine products will be in effect this day.

JUNE 8TH, 10:00AM - 4:00PM

R.J. CURCIO Q&A - MANAGING WHITE-TAILED DEER DESTRUCTION IN NJ

Program Highlights:
– Why are there so many deer in New Jersey?
– How does having a high deer population impact the state?
– What can be done to manage the deer problem?
– How does a deer diet change throughout the seasons?
– How does New Jersey Deer Control®, LLC protect landscaping from deer damage?

Speaker:
R.J. Curcio- Staff Ecologist at New Jersey Deer Control®, LLC. R.J. has years of research in deer populations and behavior which he uses to educate and resolve damage caused by deer. His background in plants, entomology, and wildlife brings a full ecological perspective to the deer repellent industry.