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Charlotte Glen

Extension Agent, Agriculture - Horticulture Pender County Center
Pender County Office (910) 259-1235 (910) 259-1291 (Fax)
Unity ID:   cdglen

Job Description Responsible for educational programming for green industry and home lawns and gardens, including the Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Program and Pender Teaching Gardens.

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

Street Address
801 South Walker St
Burgaw NC   28425
Mail Address
801 South Walker St
Burgaw NC   28425

State Courier: 04-69-20

Recent Posts by Charlotte

Small mounds caused by ground nesting bees do not damage lawns.

Ground Nesting Bees Not A Threat

Warmer temperatures in the coming days will likely encourage activity by ground nesting and other native solitary bees. These bees are not pests, nor are they a threat to people, plants, or yards. MORE »

Spring newsletter

Spring Extension Gardener Newsletter

Get ready for spring with the latest gardening news! The Spring issue of the Extension Gardener Newsletter is now available online! Extension Gardener is written by horticultural experts with the North Carolina Cooperative MORE »

noneybee on flower

Planting For Pollinators

Flowers serve a much greater purpose than just decorating your landscape. Did you realize that planting flowers in your yard can help support local agriculture, ensure the availability of fruits and vegetables, and MORE »

Place seedlings in a well lit area after they emerge.

Growing Flowers and Vegetables From Seed

If you have never grown plants from seed let this be the year you start. You do not need a greenhouse to grow healthy transplants and many varieties can be started indoors over MORE »

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Applying Pre-Emergent Herbicides To Lawns popular

Early March is the time to apply pre-emergent herbicides to lawns in southeastern North Carolina. These products are usually applied as a granular and then watered in to the lawn. If your summer MORE »

Lettuce plants

How To Grow Lettuce

Lettuce and other salad greens are easy to grow and thrive in the cool temperatures of spring. They can be ready to harvest in as little as 30 days from sowing, making them MORE »

potatoes

Time To Plant Potatoes

Potatoes are one of my favorite crops to grow in the spring garden. No matter what your age, nothing is more fun than digging potatoes from the soil – it’s like a tiny MORE »

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