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Growers often neglect the annual training and pruning of fruit trees. Without training and pruning, however, fruit trees will not develop proper shape and form. Properly trained and pruned trees will yield high quality fruit much earlier in their lives and live significantly longer. In addition, timing of dormant pruning is critical. Pruning should begin as late in the winter as possible to avoid winter injury.
4-H camp is a great opportunity to meet other 4-Hers from Putnam County and surrounding county. Participants do fun activities like swimming, boating, dancing, and science experiments as they get to know other 4-Hers at Shakamak State Park!
This is the 4-H Program and Project Handbook annually updated available to download as front section, back section, and entire document.
Current and past newspaper articles written by Putnam County Extension Educators.
Do you want to know the latest information about managing risk and crop insurance? Interested in opening your eyes to different marketing strategies and conservation management practices? Are you thinking about developing a succession plan or incorporating new members into your farm management team? If so, consider attending the Understanding the Business Side of Agriculture Program Series!
With the exception of Poultry and Rabbits, all other livestock enrollment will be conducted online using the same website you used to sign up youth in the 4-H program. This page has several files at the bottom identified by species to help you enroll your livestock online efficiently.