Pam Haze

An electronic microscope makes Master Gardener Pam Haze’s job of identifying a troublesome insect a lot easier as she tackles one of the many problems area gardeners experience during the growing season.

The Adams County Gardening Hotline is open for business.

Volunteer Master Gardeners who work on the hotline can help local residents with all manner of garden-related questions from identifying a plant or insect to finding the appropriate treatment for a diseased plant or pest infestation.

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