Prairie Yard and Garden host Mary Holm visits with Kathy Wiederholt, Fruit Project Manager at the Carrington Research Center in Carrington, ND. Viewers will learn about the advantages and tricks to growing Black Chokeberries, Currants, Cherries, Honeyberries, Haskaps, and Juneberries.
Celebrating its 30th season, Prairie Yard and Garden (PYG) is a trusted and popular program dedicated to the delivery of science-based horticulture information and practices. Over the course of every season, PYG visits with researchers, extension educators, private businesses, industry reps and exceptional gardeners to keep viewers current with the latest information and trends.
Prairie Yard and Garden is produced by Mike Cihak of Instructional and Media Technologies at the University of Minnesota Morris. Funding is provided by the University of Minnesota, Shalom Hill Farm, The Heartland Motor Company, Acira and the viewers of Pioneer Public Television.
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