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ACP (Asian citrus psyllid) found in San Joaquin county
2015 Master Gardener Training
Do you enjoy gardening? Do you live in San Joaquin County? Are you willing to volunteer your time and talent?
The San Joaquin UC Master Gardener program is recruiting new volunteers!
Click here for more information and to download an application. Application deadline is November 5th. Training begins January 28th. Training occurs every-other year so don't miss out!
What's Growing On - SJMG Blog
A plant's ultimate goal is to self-perpetuate in some way by making more of itself. Their life cycle, be it short or long, consists of building up vegetative growth, which in turn supports seed development and other methods of self-propagation (runners,...
By NADIA ZANE | Published: JULY 25, 2014 | The thick, vertically-oriented leaves of manzanita protect them from sunburn and moisture loss Plants that evolved in hot, dry climates have a certain look that not...
By: Master Gardener Lee Miller My lettuce that I didn't get to harvest is now bursting with blossoms and seeds. I love lettuce and the salads made from it. Hence, I like to grow lots of different kinds and colors too: butter heads, leaf types, and...
Valley Gardener's Journal For Year-Round Blooms
The San Joaquin Master Gardeners are excited about the Valley Gardener's Journal For Year-Round Blooms. This garden journal is now available for purchase and is great for any gardener. For more info click here!
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