BOZEMAN, Mont. -

Do you have a pesky plant disease? Maybe your vegetable garden is not coming along like you'd hoped. The Gallatin County Master Gardeners may be able to help.

Every Saturday during the summer, they set up at the Gallatin Valley Farmer's Market from nine to noon to answer the tough questions about your yard or garden.

From pest diseases to landscaping to just being a better gardener, Master Gardeners offer informational handouts and advice on how to get your green thumb.

Coordinators say it can be tough to grow in Montana and one of the biggest challenges is learning how to grow in the Treasure State's short summer.

"We have a fairly short growing season. We only get about 110 days of growing so, it can be tough for certain things. There are little micro-climates around, which help, but it general with the cold, we teach a lot of season extensions so that people can actually have a longer growing season," says Montana Assistant Master Gardener Coordinator Dara Palmer.

The Master Gardener program is open to gardeners of any skill level. For more information, you can visit their website.