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The Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteer (MGEV) Program connects UGA Extension, plant enthusiasts, and communities across the state. MGEVs share UGA Extension consumer horticulture programming about selection and care of plants for ornamental value, recreation, and home food production. Master Gardeners teach community members how to use plants and gardening to improve their environment, personal health, and quality of life.


Extension News
"Hearts of Glass" UGA horticulture offers viewing and discussion of film about Vertical Harvest, a Jackson, Wyoming, agribusiness that facilitates high-quality food production while providing employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. By Sean Montgomery | Published: 10/19/2020
Fire ant supergene
Fire ant supergene Newly discovered supergene in fire ants leads to variation in long-term behavior. By Sean Montgomery | Published: 10/15/2020
Upcoming Events
Oct 28 Fall Container Gardening Webinar Dallas, GA Have you always wondered how to put together stunning container gardens? Are you unsure of which plants love sun or shade? Have you always thought veggies only grow in summer? Do you think lasagna is just a dinner entrée? If you answered yes to any or all of these, please join us on October 28 as Paulding County Master Gardener Mickey Gazaway shares her expertise in fall container gardening. She will provide guidance, answer questions, and demonstrate the technique of creating a lasagna garden container.
Nov 2 Planting Flowering Bulbs Planting flower bulbs is a very rewarding garden experience that can add some wonderful color to your landscape.
Nov 11 Green Thumb Virtual Lectures: Landscaping with Native Plants Bogart, GA This class is a part of Athens-Clarke County Extension's Green Thumb Lectures, our 2020 free monthly gardening class series. This month will take place online via Zoom. Please join us for an informative presentation on native species of the southeast with topics including: seasonal planning with native plants, planting for pollinators, planting for birds and wildlife, and creating rain gardens. Gardeners of all experience levels are welcome.
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In Bloom (or Otherwise Beautiful) Posted by sdorn on Oct 21, 2020
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Things to Do in the October Garden: Vegetables Posted by guest author, Bob Westerfield, UGA Department of Horticulture on Oct 19, 2020 Begin harvesting cool-season vegetables, such as broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cauliflower, cabbage, and collards. Enjoy apple harvests in the north part of the state. Clean up any remaining warm-season vegetable plants, such as tomatoes or peppers. Fall is a great time to conduct a soil test for your vegetable garden. Lime...
UPDATE: Strategic Planning for MGEV Program Posted by sdorn on Oct 16, 2020 Georgia MGEVs, you make a state coordinator proud!! When asked to contribute to our statewide strategic planning project, you showed up! In recent weeks, you were asked to contribute to a lengthy survey to gather the first round of information. Yes, you could report volunteer service hours for completing it,...
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