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Miltona farm couple featured on 'Prairie Yard and Garden' Show

David and Judy Glaesman of Stone Ridge Farms in Miltona Township will be featured on the "Prairie Yard and Garden" hosted by Larry Zilliox. The Glaesmans will talk about how to plan and manage a garden to produce both a crop for consumption and s...

David and Judy Glaesman of Stone Ridge Farms in Miltona Township will be featured on the "Prairie Yard and Garden" hosted by Larry Zilliox.

The Glaesmans will talk about how to plan and manage a garden to produce both a crop for consumption and seed for future crops.

"Heritage Plants" will air at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 5, on Pioneer Public Television, Channel 10 (KWCM), Appleton.

Each segment of "Prairie Yard and Garden" is replayed at 4:30 p.m. on the Saturday following the initial episode. Series host Larry Zilliox is a former Douglas County extension educator.

Produced by Media Services on the historic campus of the University of Minnesota, Morris, PY&G uses its affiliation with the University of Minnesota to bring important and tested horticultural information to gardeners in what is occasionally a difficult and frustrating growing region.

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After more than two decades on public television with more than 500 television episodes to its credit, PY&G has grown into one of west central Minnesota's top resources for gardening information.

Each season, PY&G travels the state to meet with researchers, gardening and nursery professionals, educators and backyard gardeners to discuss specific issues related to horticulture, landscaping and a host of other gardening topics.

Over the years, PY&G has continued to nurture important relationships with horticulture leaders, such as the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chanhassen and the Minnesota Extension Service. These two entities bring both information and guests that are reliable and valuable to gardeners statewide.

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