Meadow Brook Garden Club Presents:
Dr. Kevin Korus on “Agricultural Myths”
The Meadow Brook Garden Club will meet Friday, February 24, 2023 at Meadow Brook Hall, 350 Estate Dr., Rochester MI 48309-1904. Coffee and refreshments will be served at 9:15am. The program will be presented through Zoom at 10:00am featuring guest speaker, Dr. Kevin Korus. Dr. Korus will be presenting from Florida on the topic “Agricultural Myths.”
Kevin Korus has a Doctorate in Plant Health (DPH), and is the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences (UF/IFAS) Extension Natural Resources Agent. Dr. Korus is a native of Nebraska where he received all three of his degrees; a Bachelor’s in Horticulture, Master’s in Plant Pathology, and in 2016 the Doctor of Plant Health.
Dr. Korus has spent the last four years as the Coordinator of the Plant and Pest Diagnostic Clinic and an Extension Educator at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. During this time he was able to gain experience with a wide range of agronomic, horticulture, and landscape plants and the insect, disease, and nutrient issues that they faced. He is passionate about diagnosing plant health issues and firmly believes that a correct management plan can only be developed after the correct diagnosis has been made. He is excited to be an advocate of plant health and looks forward to addressing the issues that arise in the wonderfully diverse Ag and Natural Resource systems of the great state of Florida.
Monthly meetings are held in person and virtually through Zoom. Non-members wishing to attend through Zoom, please send an EMAIL, including your phone number to request a link that includes a link to make a $5.00 guest donation. Please submit your request no later than Thursday, February 23, 2023. Guests are welcome in person and reservations are not required. There is a $5 non-member fee. For more information, call 248-364-6210, email MBGCmembers@gmail.com or Click Here.
About the Meadow Brook Garden Club
The Meadow Brook Garden Club is dedicated to preserving, maintaining and enhancing the gardens at Meadow Brook Hall as a place of enjoyment and learning. Members enjoy many aspects of gardening through programs and on-site training, in an extraordinary setting.
The Meadow Brook Garden Club has over 150 members ranging from beginners to master gardeners. The Club hosts a variety of member events and public programs. Gardening begins in April and continues through October.
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