In this episode, we are joined by expert horticulturist Robert Westerfield. Robert is the Senior Public Service Associate for the University of Georgia, where he specializes in vegetables and woody ornamentals.

Robert is one of the leading authorities in horticulture at the University of Georgia, where he develops agent consumer resources, teaches master gardener classes, and conducts agent training. In addition to these responsibilities, he also works with mass media contributing to TV, radio, and newspaper productions.

Click play to find out:

  • How “high tunnel” production benefits crop growth.
  • The importance of soil health for plant yield.
  • Robert’s role as a horticulturist, and which plants he researches.

Whether you are new to the world of horticulture or are already well acquainted with it, this podcast is sure to teach you interesting facts about plant cultivation!

You can learn more about Robert and his work by clicking here!

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