UGA Extension Office

Agriculture & Natural Resources

 


To register, print the registration form and return to the Fayette County Extension Office with payment. Please note: You can make your payment online via PayPal; however, you will still need to get the registration form to our office either by email or regular mail.


Seed Propagation - March 5, 2019

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Seed Propagation
MGEV AT Plant Propagation INFO

Plant Propagation Workshop -Advanced Training - Open to MGEV's only

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Other Upcoming Events
Feb 26 Conifers of the South Fayetteville, GA Conifers are beautiful evergreen trees with needle-like foliage that are often overlooked in our landscapes. Come learn about these landscape gems from Dr. John Ruter, UGA Professor and Trial Gardens Director. To register please call our office at 770-305-5412 or email us at uge2113@uga.edu.
Mar 5 Seed Propagation Fayetteville, GA Come join Harry Bolton, Master Gardener Extension Volunteer, as he discusses how to propagate plants from seed. He will demonstrate and show different types of tools that could increase your germination rate. At this hands-on class you will be provided with a grow tray, seeds, and expert knowledge to help your garden grow. Cost $10.00 To register please call our office at 770-305-5412 or email us at uge2113@uga.edu.
Mar 12 Plants, Pollinators, and You Fayetteville, GA Come hear Dr. Bethany Harris discuss the importance of our pollinators in our environment. After this program, you will be able to identify common beneficial insects and pollinators, learn ornamentals that will increase your pollinator garden diversity, and have an increased awareness about these important insects. To register please call our office at 770-305-5412 or email us at uge2113@uga.edu.
Mar 19 New and Unusual Vegetables Fayetteville, GA Come think outside the box when it comes to vegetable gardening in Fayette. While we all love growing tomatoes, squash, and peppers, there are many other types of vegetables that will grow well in our climate. Come hear Jennifer Stewart, Master Gardener Extension Volunteer talk about some new vegetables for you to try. To register please call our office at 770-305-5412 or email us at uge2113@uga.edu.