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4-H students finished second in contest

Contributed Three Lincoln County 4-H’s came in second in the N.C. State University Horticulture Judging Contest. These youth dedicated their time and effort to obtain knowledge of Plant Nomenclature, Environment and Horticultural Plants, Plant Nutrition, Vegetables, Garden Flowers, Fruit and Nut Production, Turf, Landscaping, Managing Trees and Shrubs in the Landscape, Plant Propagation, Greenhouse Structures, Commercial Horticulture Production and Judging Horticulture Products.   The contest consisted of a Knowledge, Identification and Judging portion.  According to Fran Senters, 4-H Program Associate, “The program is very intense and is the perfect foundation for any youth interested in a career in Horticulture.”  For information about this program contact the 4-H office. 704-736-8458 or email fran_senters@ncsu.edu. Pictured are (from left) Joseph Rodecker, Libby Reese and Sarah Rodecker.

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Three Lincoln County 4-H’s came in second in the N.C. State University Horticulture Judging Contest. These youth dedicated their time and effort to obtain knowledge of Plant Nomenclature, Environment and Horticultural Plants, Plant Nutrition, Vegetables, Garden Flowers, Fruit and Nut Production, Turf, Landscaping, Managing Trees and Shrubs in the Landscape, Plant Propagation, Greenhouse Structures, Commercial Horticulture Production and Judging Horticulture Products. The contest consisted of a Knowledge, Identification and Judging portion. According to Fran Senters, 4-H Program Associate, “The program is very intense and is the perfect foundation for any youth interested in a career in Horticulture.” For information about this program contact the 4-H office. 704-736-8458 or email fran_senters@ncsu.edu. Pictured are (from left) Joseph Rodecker, Libby Reese and Sarah Rodecker.

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