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Submitted by Coosa County Extension Office
On Wednesday, September 15, the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will have a walking tour discussing muscadine production at Holmestead Farm in Clay County.
The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. and will end at 11 a.m. This farm is located in Clay County, but it does have a Talladega address of 6582 County Road 7, Talladega.
Alabama Cooperative Extension agents Chip East and Dani Carroll will be leading this tour. The topics discussed at this tour include planting, pruning, training, trellising, and proper management of muscadines.
Please call the Clay County Extension Office at 256-354-5976 by Monday, September 13, to register. There is no registration fee, but it helps to know how many will be attending.
This will be a very educational meeting for commercial producers, as well as home fruit growers. If you have any questions about this meeting, please call Chip East at 256-846-0314 or Dani Carroll at 256-458-6043. Wearing a face mask is encouraged.