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How to choose the best seeds, transplants for vegetable gardens

Successfully growing vegetables also depends on region, season Whether selecting seeds to plant in your vegetable garden or picking out perfect, healthy transplants, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulture experts can offer all the information you need to be well on your way to a bountiful harvest. Knowing what vegetables will flourish in your area… Read More →

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How to choose the right fertilizer for home vegetable gardens

Know what you need from your fertilizer Trips to the local garden center can be a bit overwhelming when trying to decide what fertilizer is best for your home vegetable garden. With a bit of knowledge about the fruits and vegetables you’re planning to grow and understanding what your goals are for your garden, these… Read More →

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Consider a container vegetable garden this fall

Get the most out of your backyard, plant a container garden to maximize space Whether you’re looking to add a bit of beauty to your porch or making the most out of space in the backyard, gardeners can grow any vegetable in a container that they would normally grow in the ground. All you need… Read More →

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Consider a container vegetable garden this fall

Get the most out of your backyard, plant a container garden to maximize space Whether you’re looking to add a bit of beauty to your porch or making the most out of space in the backyard, gardeners can grow any vegetable in a container that they would normally grow in the ground. All you need… Read More →

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Lunch-and-Learn horticulture webinar series in August

Topics will include lawn care, tomatoes, fall and winter vegetable gardening The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Bexar County will present a Lunch-and-Learn horticulture webinar series during August. The gardening webinars, which will be from noon to 1 p.m. on Tuesdays, are all free and open for public participation. They will be presented via… Read More →

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What’s eating my vegetable garden?

Win the war against garden pests Pests grubbing on garden vegetables before they make it to the table might as well be a declaration of war against gardeners. Joe Masabni, Ph.D., Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service horticulturist, Dallas, said the battle against insects and animals begins with preparation and identifying potential problems and is won… Read More →

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Gardening can influence and benefit your mental health

Besides adding appeal to your yard, gardening significantly benefits your mental health As the weather begins to warm up, the urge to spend more time outside gardening is steadily on the rise. Being around plants has shown higher levels of reduced stress and anxiety, according to a study by a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service… Read More →

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AgriLife Extension in Atascosa, Wilson counties taking Master Gardener Intern Training applications

Classes will alternate between offices on Tuesdays from March 31 to June 2   The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service offices in Atascosa and Wilson counties are now accepting applications for a new Master Gardener Intern Training from March 31 through June 2. Classes will be from 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. each Tuesday and alternate between… Read More →

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Plantastic! Vegetable Gardening Seminar slated for Feb. 7 in Fredericksburg

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service for Gillespie County and Hill Country Master Gardeners will present the Plantastic! Vegetable Gardening Seminar Feb. 7 in Fredericksburg.  The program will be from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Gillespie County Farm Bureau Building, 237 Equestrian Drive, Fredericksburg. “Dr. Joe Masabni, AgriLife Extension horticulturist and assistant professor… Read More →

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