WSU Master Gardeners in the news

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News from around the state

  • In the Garden | Master Gardener Foundation plant sale returning to Pybus Other plants you can find for your kitchen garden are broccoli, eggplant, kale, Swiss chard, cucumbers, tomatillos, parsley, rosemary and basil. Basil varieties include Genovese, Lemon, Thai, and a compact […]
  • Garden walks to resume in Port Angeles Second Saturday Garden Walks will resume at 10 a.m. Saturday. The monthly walks are in the Fifth Street Community Garden, 328 E. Fifth St. The walks, led by Clallam County […]
  • Ask a Master Gardener — Skagit County Master Gardener Plant Fair 2022 After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Master Gardener Plant Fair is returning to the Skagit County Fairgrounds. Sponsored by the Skagit County Master Gardener Foundation (SCMGF), the […]
  • Time to start planting early veggies Spring has finally arrived in earnest, and that means it’s time to start getting some vegetables in the ground, but choosing the right ones and planting them according to their […]
  • “Aphids: Climate Sentinels” by Muriel Nesbitt If you garden, chances are you’ve encountered aphids on your beloved roses or attached to the leaves of a favorite garden vegetable. Aphids are an annoyance to gardeners but their […]
  • Home & Gardening | Five gardening ideas to reduce reliance on chemicals An ounce of prevention in the garden is worth a pound of cure in the form of pesticides and fertilizers that have potential to impact wildlife, waterways, beneficial plants and […]
  • Master Gardeners by the Numbers For almost 50 years, Extension Master Gardeners (EMG) have educated millions about sustainable and environmentally friendly garden practices. USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) provides crucial support to […]