Augusta Area Master Gardeners
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Master Gardener Extension volunteers are available upon request for setting up a plant clinic at local retail nurseries, garden centers, farmer's markets, local events, and other locations. Please provide at least 6 weeks advance notice to allow time for scheduling a plant clinic day. Submit your request or general plant questions using any of these methods:
- Submit information in the Ask a Master Gardener box on this page
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Submit your request on Augusta Area Master Gardeners Facebook page
- Call the Richmond County Extension Office at 706-821-2350
Plant clinics offer an excellent opportunity for the general public to ask questions about gardening and home landscaping. Trained Master Gardener Extension Volunteers can provide soil test bags, free publications, consumer horticulture recommendations, troubleshooting advice, and other references to homeowners.
Jan 27 2023 Georgia Ag Forecast This annual seminar shares the latest research and information from UGA faculty to help farmers and agribusinesses in Georgia's No. 1 industry. Join us in-person or online for these expert updates, including keynote address by Deputy Chairperson of the World Agricultural Outlook Board William Chambers and industry-specific breakout sessions.
- Virtual Event
- Tifton, GA - (162.0 Miles)
Jan 31 Beef Cattle 101 Are you a beginning, novice, or veteran cattle producer? Are you new to the cattle industry and need some help learning the basics? Have you been farming for a while but need a refresher? The Lamar County Soil and Water Conservation District, USDA: Natural Resources Conservation District, Two Rivers RC&D, and Upson/Lamar Extension are bringing back the Beef Cattle 101 series this winter! We will be hosting a 5-class series (4 evening sessions and 1 hands-on field day) covering Beef Cattle Basics starting Jan 31, 2023. Topics include: getting started, soils and grazing, weed management, herd health, nutrition, and more! If you have any questions, call the NRCS Barnesville Field Office. (770)358-0787 ext 3
- Barnesville, GA - (129.0 Miles)
Jan 31 2022 Southwest Georgia Master Cattleman Program Subjects to be covered include: ~ Nutritional Management ~ Forage Management ~ Beef Quality Assurance ~ External Parasite Management ~ Farm Facilities and Fencing ~ Reproductive Management ~ Herd Health ~ Sire and Female Evaluation and Selection ~ Beef Cattle Economics and Marketing ~ Registration fee includes a notebook of all presentations, certificate, UGA Master Cattleman cap, and refreshments. ~ Pre-registration deadline is JANUARY 9, 2023. Participants must attend 6 of the 8 sessions to receive a certificate of completion and UGA Master Cattleman cap. JANUARY 10 through FEBRUARY 28, 2023 Every Tuesday evening from 6:00pm – 8:00pm (January 10, 17, 24, 31, and February 7, 14, 21, 28) Dougherty County Northwest Library Event Center 2507 Dawson Road, Albany – behind the library
- Albany, GA - (184.0 Miles)