Advice To Grow By
2017 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 currently accepting applications for our next training that will begin January 25th 2017 - May 31, 2107.
Applications are due October 14th, 2017 by 5:00 p.m.
Click here for water conservation tips and tricks and help conserve water!
ACP (Asian citrus psyllid) found in San Joaquin county
What's Growing On - SJMG Blog
Have you ever wandered into a garden store, only to be met by a bewildering array of tools hanging from the racks? Most retail garden suppliers stock an impressive variety of hand-operated (non-power) pruning tools, but offer scant guidance on how to...
A stroll through your garden of late may have revealed some plants with yellowing foliage. There are several possible causes, but iron chlorosis, a condition in which a plant deficient in iron cannot produce sufficient chlorophyll, is common at...
At a local nursery this past fall, I was excited to find a robust selection of water-wise plants, a reflection of this rapidly expanding market. Another interesting phenomenon, related to me by a nursery employee, was a little less exciting:...
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!
UC Master Gardeners are here to help answer your gardening questions.
Click Here for Contact Info