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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
Climate Adapted Pecans
Climate Adapted Pecans An international team of researchers, including four faculty from CAES, has received a USDA NIFA award for the second phase of a study on one of Georgia’s top commodities: the pecan. By Jordan Powers | Published: 3/21/2023
Soldier of the Sea
Soldier of the Sea Comer, Georgia's Soldier of the Sea Distillery, owned by Mark Davis and Jennifer Berry, opened its doors Jan. 27. By Claire Sanders | Published: 3/1/2023
Upcoming Events
Mar 21 Learn About What's in Your Landscape Thomson, GA Ever wondered what that plant was that has the nice blooms as you pass a neighbor's house? Or what weed is growing in your yard? Come learn how to identify common plants you see in landscapes and common weeds, insects and diseases in landscapes, and how to manage them. Join us in person every Tuesday in March!
Mar 22 The Art of the Garden - 4-Part Mini Session Johns Creek, GA Join Fulton County Master Gardener and artist Linda McGinn in this four-part series as she educates and inspires others to seek enjoyment and fulfillment through a variety of home gardening-related topics and activities. Linda will also incorporate painting (any medium) during the session. Registration required. Location: John's Creek Arts Center, 6290 Abbotts Bridge Road, Bldg. 700 Johns Creek, GA Price: $120 Member Price: $100 Class outline: A. Soil B. Basic Botany & Physiology - Plant parts - roots, stems leaves and reproduction C. Annuals & Perennials - Annuals: hardy, cool/warm season, vegetative, invasive. Perennials: hardy, tender, invasive, native. D. Management and Care of the Garden - Landscape Design, value of native plants, tree preservation, pruning of plants and pest management. Please bring your favorite art medium and supplies to draw/paint a botanical subject for the second hour of each class.
Mar 26 Ferns of the Southeast (Zoom) 350 million years ago, these feathery fronds were born. Still loved today, gardeners plant them in garden beds, pots, and wooded areas. Any hike through a forest will showcase these ancient survivors. Without seed formation, these primitive plants rely on spores for reproduction. North Fulton Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Donna Whitesel will share all about ferns and how to grow them in this class. This series of five classes will begin Sunday, March 5, 2023, and will be available through live Zoom webinars and Facebook Live. The classes will be available for later viewing at https://www.youtube.com/northfultonmastergardeners.
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From Our Blog
Happening in Henry County Posted by sarahdh on Mar 21, 2023 Vegetable Gardening Lunch and Learn Fresh vegetables harvested out of your garden are tasty and healthy. Many types of vegetables can be grown in our area, and proper planting and culture will ensure a bountiful harvest.  UGA Extension Horticulturist Bob Westerfield will share about vegetable gardening on April 11, 2023,...
Planning to attend IMGC? Register ASAP! Posted by sarahdh on Mar 15, 2023 From Dennis Patton, IMGC Co Chair, K-State Extension Johnson County Horticulture Agent: Wow – thanks to every one who has registered for the 2023 IMGC in Overland Park, Kansas June 18 – 22. We are blown away by the support we have received. We are closing in on 1,100 registrations...
Continuing Education Events Posted by sarahdh on Feb 21, 2023 Tifton Weed Wrangler McDonough First Detector Training Interactive Virtual Pruning Workshops from Michigan State University Extension
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