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After a Freeze: What Should You Do
Christmas Tree Care
Plants for Late Fall / Winter Color

Sacramento Area Planting Guide for Flower and Vegetable Seeds

Asian Citrus Psyllid Info and Video

 

Quick Clicks

CA Native Plants For Your Area of CA

Plant Lists Categorized by their Water Needs

Dave's Garden Plant Search

National Pesticide Information Center

Roses For Shade

The Top Ten Roses for Sacramento

100 Roses for the Valley and Foothills

Vegetable Planting Calendar

Storing Fruits and Vegetables

Tomato Taste Test Trials

Fruit Tree Varieties

Nut Tree Varieties

Fruit & Nut Harvest Dates

Fruit Taste Test Winners

Citrus Tree Info

Plants that Attract Beneficial Insects

Plants to Attract Pollinating Insects

20 Great Trees for the Sacramento Area

Small Trees for Small Yards

Shade Tree Selection Guide

Weather Websites

Fertilizer Ingredients (by brand)

Farmer Fred's 10 Garden Rules

 

The Drought and Your Garden

CA Native Plants Localized for Your Town: calscape.org

Low Water Plant Trials: Results

Sacramento Smart Irrigation Scheduler

Gardening With Limited Water

Water Efficient Plants for Sacramento

Other Water Efficient Plant Resources

EPA Guide to Water-Smart Landscapes

Water-Wise CA Regional Garden Sites

Tips For Growing Native Plants

 

VEGETABLES

Tomato Gardening: Tips and Hints

Tomato Gardening Basics

Tomato Troubleshooting Tips

Blossom End Rot on Tomatoes

 Recipes for Your Home Grown Produce

Help Plants Beat the Heat

Grow your Own Popcorn !

How To Grow Giant Pumpkins
                  
 Growing Winter Vegetables
                  
FRUIT

Fruit Facts from the CA Rare Fruit Growers

Fruit and Nut Links from UC

Avocado Trees for Northern California?

How to Increase the Size of Your Table Grapes

How To Get Bigger Fruit From Your Fruit Trees

Citrus Tips from the Pros

UC: Growing Blueberries in the Sacramento Region

Blueberries for the Valley

Fruit Tree Care Calendar

Plant a Fruit Tree...Or Two!

Choosing and Planting Bare Root Fruit Trees

U.C. Davis Tips on Fruit Tree Pruning & Training

How To Prune Overgrown Deciduous Fruit Trees

 Fall

Fall is Lawn Renovation Time

Best Soil Temperatures for Vegetable Seeds

Why Rotate Your Crops?

 Sacramento Area
Planting Guide for 
Flower and Vegetable 
Seeds 

Growing Fall/Winter Vegetables

Plants for Late Fall/Winter Color

Greenhouse Tomatoes in 
the Fall/Winter

Plants to Attract Beneficial Insects

Attracting Bees To Your Garden

UC Davis Arboretum All-Stars

 Easy Care Plants 
for Privacy

20 Great Trees for the Sacramento Area

Small Trees for 
Small Yards
                  
                  Pruning Q&A's
Frost, Freeze Tips

Protecting Plants from Frost or Freeze

The Quick Guide: When a Frost is Forecast

Frost Protection for Citrus and Other Subtropical Plants

After a Freeze: What Should You Do in the Garden? 
                  
Winter
Growing Winter Vegetables
 
Plants for Late Fall / Winter Color
 
Frost/Freeze Tips For Citrus
 
Best Soil Temperatures for Vegetable Seeds
 
Why Rotate Your Crops?
 
Plant a Fruit Tree...Or Two!
 
Choosing and Planting Bare Root Fruit Trees
 
Threat to Citrus Trees: the Asian Citrus Psyllid
 
Christmas Tree Care
 
Plants for Late Fall / Winter Color
ROSES

Rose Pruning, California Style

Roses For Shade

The Top Ten Roses for Sacramento

100 Roses for the Valley and Foothills

Rose Planting Basics 

LANDSCAPING

How Much Water Does Your Lawn and Garden Really Need?

Plant Lists Categorized by their Water Needs

Soil Solarization

Growing Fall/Winter Vegetables

Greenhouse Tomatoes in the Fall/Winter

Plants to Attract Beneficial Insects

Attracting Bees To Your Garden

20 Great Trees for the Sacramento Area

Small Trees for Small Yards

Hiring an Arborist: Tips from the Sacramento Tree Foundation

Landscaping Tips

UC Davis Arboretum All-Stars

Easy Care Plants for Privacy
                  
 Shows for the Nose: Other Fragrant Plants

Deer Resistant Plants (Alleged)

 

GARDEN HELPERS

The Garden "Good Guys"

Plants to Attract Beneficial Insects

Attracting Bees To Your Garden

GardenInsects.Com

Free Publications From UC's Farm and Garden Experts 

 

TREES

20 Great Trees for the Sacramento Area

Small Trees for Small Yards

Hiring an Arborist: Tips from the Sacramento Tree Foundation

Finding an ISA-Certified Arborist

After the storm: Leaning Trees Need Your Attention, Now!

Oak Tree Care

Planting Under Oaks

Pruning Q&A's

Christmas Tree Care

 

More Garden Features


                  
                  
Lifetime Master Gardener Fred Hoffman is the host of the "KFBK Garden
Show" on 1530-AM/93.1-FM KFBK in Sacramento, California each Sunday
morning from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Pacfic Time, followed by "Get Growing" on
Talk 650 KSTE in Sacramento, 10 a.m. to Noon. At noon, it's the KSTE Farm Hour.
And, you can listen to all the shows, live, via the KFBK.com and KSTE.com websites.
 
Available as podcasts!
Previous editions of "The KFBK Garden Show" and "Get Growing".
Plus, for news about California agriculture, it's the KSTE Farm Hour.
Podcast links for Itunes users: KFBK Garden Show and Get Growing
Southern Sacramento and Northern San Joaquin County gardeners can also
get current gardening information from Fred in his Saturday gardening column
in the Lodi News-Sentinel.; also available at the Farmer Fred Rant! Blog page.
 

UPCOMING GUESTS ON THE "KFBK GARDEN SHOW" & "GET GROWING" ON KSTE

 
Jan. 8: Ed Laivo - Four Winds Growers: "Winter Citrus Care"; Shannon Gordon - Sacramento Co. Master Gardener: "Events at the Fair Oaks Horticulture Center"; Anita Clevenger - Old City Cemetery Historic Rose Garden
 
Jan. 15: Phil Pursel- Dave Wilson Nursery: "Bare Root Fruit Trees"
 
Jan. 29: Steve Zien - Living Resources Co.; Warren Roberts - UC Davis Arboretum: "The Showy Plants of Winter"
 
A Clue for the Garden Grappler
 

Visit the Farmer Fred Rant Blog Page for These Garden Tips and More:

Vegetables:

Some Vegetables Require Less Water Than Others

Interactive Vegetable Planting Calendar

Planting Your First Vegetable Garden? Some Tips

Will Those Green Tomatoes Turn Red This Fall?

Before You Plant, Check the Soil Temperature

Make Your Own Planting Mix

Starting Tomatoes, Peppers From Seed

More Tips on Starting Tomatoes from Seed

Pepper Seeds Slow to Germinate? Some Tips

Heirloom Vegetables Are Better For You

Tomato Troubleshooter

Crop Rotation Plan for the Home Garden

Crop Rotation for the Garden, Pt. 2

The Hazards of Overfeeding Your Plants 

Hand-Pollinating Squash Plants

How to Grow Giant Pumpkins

Grow Your Own Popcorn

 

Fruits:

Avocado Trees for Sacramento? A Guide

Why Are My Oranges Splitting?

Frost/Freeze Protection Ideas for Citrus

Choosing and Planting Bare Root Fruit Trees

Mulch Under a Citrus Tree: Pros and Cons

Bareroot Fruit Tree Shopping? Buyer Beware!

Harvest Fruits By Look and Feel, Not the Calendar

Know Your Fruit Tree Rootstocks

Growing Blueberries in Container

Anatomy of a Professional Fruit Tasting

Why Are the Blackberries Turning White?

 

Bad Bugs, Diseases, Weeds:

Battling Tomato Hornworms

Every Season is Ant Season

The Green Fruit Beetles Are Back

Why are Blackberries Turning White?

Ants!

A Cure for the Cherry Maggot?

Controlling Snails and Slugs

Peach Leaf Curl: It's Back!

Battling Peach Leaf Curl

Battling Sooty Mold & Scale on Citrus

Controlling Fungus Gnats on Houseplants

Crane Flies vs. Mosquitoes

Leaf Spot Problem? Here's What to Do

Cat Proofing Your Garden

Yellowjacket Fun Facts! Control Tips, Too

Weedkillers: Read the Label!

 

ETC.

How To Find Garden Answers Online

Garden Shoes...or Gardening Shoes?

The Garden Good Guys:

Plants that Attract Beneficial Insects

Bring on the Bees!

Plants to Attract Pollinating Insects

This Blog is for the Birds

The Good Bug Hotel

What's Killing the Bees? A New Study Offers Clues

Landscaping, Lawns, Flowers

Getting the Yard Ready for a Rain and Wind Storm

Watering Tips for Drip Irrigation

A Tour of Maple Rock Gardens

The Heart-Healthy Garden

Plants for Privacy

The Cure for Non-Performing Daffodils

WELO is coming. Start Planning to Save Water Now

Plants Wilting in the Heat? Check Before You Water

Water-Saving Tips For Your Yard

Get Rid of Your Lawn with Soil Solarization

How to Kill Your Lawn in 2 Easy Steps

Droopy Plants on a Hot Day. Water...or Not?

 

Trees and Shrubs

How To Stake a New Tree

Holy Jumping Oak Galls, Batman!

 

 Fall & Winter:

Rain Draining Strategies to Save Your Home and Garden

Winter Storms and Tree Troubles

What to Do AFTER a Hard Freeze

What to Do When a Hard Freeze is Forecast

New Year's Resolutions for Gardeners

Persimmons: THE Edible Ornamental of Fall

Innovative Peach Leaf Curl Controls

Frost, Freezes Ahead. Get Your Yard Ready

After a Freeze, What Should a Gardener Do?

Fall-Winter Houseplant Care Tips

Drain the Rain Away from the House & Garden

Get Your Garden Storm-Ready

What to Do in Your Yard AFTER the Storm

Tips for the Fall-Winter Vegetable Garden

Add Color for the Cold, Gray Days of Winter

 Winter Storms and Trees: Inspect Them Now!

How to Grow Oak Trees from Acorns

What NOT to do in the Garden in Fall

Dead Foliage Now? Leaf it Alone!

Problem Plants

Have Horses? Avoid These Plants!

Safe Plants for You, But They're Poison to Your Pets

Mistletoe Control Tips

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Garden Data (thru Jan. 7, 2017)

Avg. evapotranspiration rate this past week : .16-.23" valley; .07-.15" foothills.

Soil Temperature: 47-48 (F) valley. 46 (F) low foothills. 45 (F) upper foothills.

Click Here for more Information about soil temperature and evapotranspiration rates

Chilling hours/portions (hours at 32-45 degrees-F, necessary for deciduous fruit tree production)

Nov. 1, 2016 - Jan. 7, 2017: Chill Hours: 484-614 valley; 531-847 foothills. Chill Portions: 35-40 valley; 40-52 foothills.

What is a "Chill Hour", what is a "Chill Portion"?

Chill Portion Requirements for selected fruit and nut varieties

Nov. 1, 2015-Feb. 29, 2016:

Valley: Chill Hours: 714-896 . Chill Portions: 68-74.

Foothills: Chill Hours: 744-1360. Chill Portions: 73-85

Nov. 1, 2014-Feb. 28, 2015:

Valley: 444-805 chill hours; 61-69 chill portions.

Foothills: 380-1095 chill hours; 65-85 chill portions

Nov. 1, 2013 - Feb. 28, 2014:

Valley (Sac., SJ, Yolo, Sutter, Solano Cos.): 868-1230 hours

Foothills (Amador, El Dorado, Placer Cos.): 567-1129 hours 

2012-2013 Chill Season Totals: VALLEY: 1028-1325 hours; FOOTHILLS: 877-1863 hours

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Wondering when is the right time to plant?

The online Farmer Fred Interactive Vegetable Planting Calendar for Northern California is for you! Click on each vegetable for specific planting information.

Also, download the printable planting calendar.

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Looking for lists and pictures of plants that don't require much water? Go to:

Water-Wise Gardening Websites

This is a project undertaken in conjunction with the municipalities and water districts in many California locales. The website has a wealth of local residential photography and plant information to help homeowners improve their garden in a water efficient way.

Sacramento, El Dorado and Placer residents: click on the link - Be Water Smart .

 
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Find a Green Gardener-certified landscaper near you: http://www.ecolandscape.org/programGG/GreenGardenerRefList.html
 
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 UPCOMING EVENTS
January 18-March 22, 2017
Wednesday nights 6:30pm - 8:45pm
 
River-Friendly Landscaping Professional Green Gardener Training
The classes are:
·         River Friendly Landscaping Principles
·         Soil Health
·         Mulches and Compost
·         Irrigation (2 classes)
·         Right Plant, Right Place
·         Integrated Pest Management
·         Pruning for Plant Health
·         Fertilizers and Turf care
·         Marketing your Green Gardener Business
 
The cost is $160 for 10 classes.
 
Classes to be held at the Sacramento Tree Foundation
191 Lathrop Way Suite D
Sacramento CA 95815
 
Register online for the River-Friendly Landscaping Professional Green Gardener Training  at ecolandscape.org before Fri. January 13.
 
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January 14, 2017
Garden Planning: Vegetables and Annuals Now and Later 
 
Join the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County on Saturday, January 14, 2017 for their public class, "Garden Planning: Vegetables and Annuals Now and Later". Topics that will be discussed include appropriate plant and site selection, planting times and techniques for different elevations and microclimates, soil preparation as well as pest management using UC approved IPM (Integrated Pest Management) methods. Hand-outs will be available. The class is free and open to the public. No reservations are required. All classes are held in the GSA building at 12200-B Airport Rd. in Jackson from 9am to Noon.
 
For questions, call the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County at the UC Cooperative Extension Office from 10am to noon, Tuesday through Thursday, 209-223-6838 or email mgamador@ucdavis.edu.  Website:  http://ucanr.edu/mgamador    
 
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Saturday Jan 14
The Good, the Bad and the Bugly   This class is about biological control of garden pests. Join us to practice recognizing our insect (and spider) allies and we will look at ways to protect them and encourage them to hang around the garden.  This class features Mary Tran discussing insects of all, the Good, the Bad and the Bugly.  It's a debut, not to be missed!  FREE CLASS 9:00 am - noon  Government Center Hearing Room Building "C", 2850 Fairlane Court, Placerville. Sponsored by the Master Gardeners of El Dorado County.
 
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Saturday Jan 14
Saturdays with Barry   A lot of things are happening in the Winter vegetable garden. Barry will explain various planting, thinning and pest control needs for the success of your vegetable garden during each month's demonstration.  FREE CLASS 10:00 am - noon  Sherwood Demonstration Garden, 6699 Campus Drive, Placerville. Sponsored by the Master Gardeners of El Dorado County.  
 
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Saturday - January 14 -10 am
Lodi Woodbridge Rose Society Rose Pruning Seminars
Delta Tree Farm, 12900 North Lower Sacramento Road,  Lodi
Lecture, Demonstration, Refreshments
Free &endash; open to everyone
 
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WHEN:    Sat. January 14th from 3:00-5:00 pm
WHAT:    PLANTING AND PRUNING FRUIT TREES
WHERE: West Sacramento Arthur F. Turner Library 1212 Merkley Avenue, West Sacramento
TOPIC:    A free presentation presented by the YOLO COUNTY UC MASTER GARDENERS on how to plant bare root trees, and prune both young and mature trees.
For more information contact 530-666-8737 or mgyolo@ucanr.edu
 
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WHEN:    Sun. January 15th from 2:00-4:00 pm
WHAT:    GARDENING FORUM
WHERE:  Mary L. Stephens Library at 315 E. 14th Street, Davis
TOPIC:    A free open forum will be held by the YOLO COUNTY UC MASTER GARDENERS to answer questions about gardens, and discuss winter fruit tree care, seasonal gardening, choosing seeds for summer planting, and other topics.
For more information contact 530-666-8737 or mgyolo@ucanr.edu
 
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WHEN:    Sat. January 21st from 9:00-10:00 am
WHAT:    ROSE PRUNING WORKSHOP
WHERE: Woodland Community College, Building 400, 2300 E. Gibson Rd. Woodland
TOPIC:    A free demonstration by the YOLO COUNTY UC MASTER GARDENERS will show techniques for pruning roses and provide tips on cultivation and management of roses.
For more information contact 530-666-8737 or mgyolo@ucanr.edu
 
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Saturday Jan 21
Pruning of Fruit Trees   Do you know how to prune your trees for the maximum yield of fruit?  Master Gardeners Pam Lane and Walt Miller will discuss the basics of how and when trees grow, how to prime to minimize injury and when and when not to prune.  The discussion will focus on how to prune to establish a structurally sound tree and the development of small fruit trees, commonly called "fruit bushes."  Learn the difference between genetic dwarfs and trees that are "dwarfed." (Rain date: 1/28)  FREE CLASS 9:00 am &endash; noon Sherwood Demonstration Garden, 6699 Campus Drive, Placerville. Sponsored by the Master Gardeners of El Dorado County.  
 
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Saturday, January 21, 2017
The UC Master Gardeners of Napa County invite the community to join them for a public gardening workshop, "Fruit Tree Pruning & Grafting."  This workshop will be held on Saturday, January 21, 2017, with a Lecture from 9 am - 11 am at the UCCE Meeting Room, 1710 Soscol Avenue, Napa and a hands-on field trip from 12 pm - 2 pm, rain or shine.  Please dress for outdoor conditions.
The dormant season is the best time to prune your deciduous fruit trees to increase vigor.  Join the UC Master Gardeners of Napa County fruit tree team for this workshop showing techniques to develop healthy and productive fruit trees.  A local expert grafter will give a grafting demonstration.  The afternoon field trip offers home gardeners the opportunity for a hands-on experience.  Dress for seasonal outdoor weather conditions.  And, bring your pruners.
There is a charge of $5 per person for this workshop.  Registration is preferred, seating is limited.  Fees are non-refundable and non-transferable unless the workshop is cancelled.  Register online at http://ucanr.edu/2017fruittreeprune.
 
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WHEN:    Sun. Jan. 22nd from 2:00-4:00 PM
WHAT:    YEAR ROUND KITCHEN GARDENING
WHERE:  Mary L. Stephens Library, small conference room, 315 E. 14th St., Davis
TOPIC:    A free class will be presented by the YOLO COUNTY UC MASTER GARDENERS on seasonal fruit tree care, winter garden cleanup, ordering spring seeds and bringing citrus and winter greens, vegetables and herbs from the garden to the kitchen table.
For more information contact 530-666-8737 or mgyolo@ucanr.edu
 
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Sunday - January 22 - 2 pm
Sip and Clip
Lodi Woodbridge Rose Society Rose Pruning Seminars
Durst Winery,  10173 East Acampo Road, Acampo
Hands-on pruning demonstration on the winery grounds.  Wine and snacks will be served
$5 &endash; open to everyone.  Reservations suggested, but not required:  durstwinery.com
 
 
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WHEN:    Sat. Jan. 28th from 10:00am to Noon
WHAT:    TREE WORKSHOP
WHERE:  Woodland Community College at 2300 E. Gibson Rd., Woodland
TOPIC:    A free workshop by the Woodland Tree Foundation and YOLO COUNTY UC MASTER GARDENERS will provide information on selecting, pruning and planting trees, while conserving water.  You will also learn about the best tools to use.  Free water saving buckets will be available from the City of Woodland Environmental Services.  In case of rain, the event will be held in Building 400.
For more information contact www.woodlandtree.org or mgyolo@ucanr.edu
 
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Saturday Jan 28
Beekeeping   Do you want to do something to improve your gardens and help the world at the same time? Consider keeping bees! This class will introduce you to beekeeping in your backyard, explain the current state of bees, and how bees affect your everyday life, and the process of maintaining a hive or two. The class will also give you some resources for getting started.  FREE CLASS 9:00 am - noon Government Center Hearing Room Building "C", 2850 Fairlane Court, Placerville. Sponsored by the Master Gardeners of El Dorado County.
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Sat. January 28, 2017
Selection and Care of Ornamental Shrubs and Roses
 
    plan on attending the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County class "Selection and Care of Ornamental Shrubs and Roses" on Sat. January 28, 2017. This class will discuss various ornamental shrubs that grow throughout Amador County and the season in which they bloom. We will also discuss the proper time to prune these shrubs, as not all of them are pruned at the same time. 
 
      The second part of the class will discuss the most popular types of roses which can be grown in a landscape or garden setting in Amador County (Grandiflora, Hybrid Tea, Floribunda, Polyantha, Climbing, and Antique). We will also discuss how to best care for your roses throughout the year, including planting, irrigating, fertilizing, and pruning. We will also be discussing common diseases and pests of roses, and how to manage them in a way that is consistent with Integrated Pest Management. We will be demonstrating how to prune a rose, and then we will be raffling it off to a lucky member of the audience. Hand-outs will be available. The class is free and open to the public. No reservations are required. All classes are held in the GSA building at 12200-B Airport Rd. in Jackson from 9am to Noon.
 
For questions, call the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County at the UC Cooperative Extension Office from 10am to noon, Tuesday through Thursday, 209-223-6838 or email mgamador@ucdavis.edu.  Website:  http://ucanr.edu/mgamador    
 
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Saturday - February 4 - 10 am
Lodi Woodbridge Rose Society Rose Pruning Seminars
Hands-on pruning 
Rae House Museum
204 Oak Avenue, Galt
Free- open to everyone
 
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Sat. February 4, 2017
Table Grapes and Olives 
Join the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County on Sat. February 4, 2017 at the "Table Grapes and Olives" class to learn how to add table grapes and olives to your home garden or orchard. Backyard grapevines can provide a variety of tasty grapes as well as shade, while olive trees add color and texture to the landscape along with a useful fruit. 
 
The class will provide information on site selection, planting, irrigation, fertilizers and harvesting table grapes and olives. Proper training and pruning methods including first and second year pruning will also be discussed. . Hand-outs will be available. The class is free and open to the public. No reservations are required. All classes are held in the GSA building at 12200-B Airport Rd. in Jackson from 9am to Noon.
 
For questions, call the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County at the UC Cooperative Extension Office from 10am to noon, Tuesday through Thursday, 209-223-6838 or email mgamador@ucdavis.edu.  Website:  http://ucanr.edu/mgamador    
 
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Sat. February 11, 2017
Grafting Fruit Trees
Join the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County on Sat. February 11, 2017 for this timely class on grafting backyard fruit trees. Local Master Gardeners will present a hands-on clinic covering grafting techniques for home gardeners. Whip, tongue and cleft grafts will be demonstrated and practiced. Bud grafts will also be discussed. Learn how to grow a fruit salad tree. A variety of fruit tree scions will also be available for participants to take home. Hand-outs will be available.  The class is free and open to the public. No reservations are required. All classes are held in the GSA building at 12200-B Airport Rd. in Jackson from 9am to Noon.
 
For questions, call the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County at the UC Cooperative Extension Office from 10am to noon, Tuesday through Thursday, 209-223-6838 or email mgamador@ucdavis.edu.  Website:  http://ucanr.edu/mgamador  
 
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Sat. February 25, 2017
Plant Propagation 
 
Get ready for your springtime garden by learning the best practices for getting your vegetables off to a successful start. Seed starting and using plant cuttings to clone new plants is one of the most exciting and interesting facets of being a gardener. This class, "Plant Propagation", on Sat. February 25, 2017 will include an informative lecture followed by hands-on practice under the supervision of UCCE Master Gardeners. 
 
Bring seeds or cuttings (keep cuttings damp) for a plant you wish to start. Some seeds and cuttings as well as hand-outs will be available.  The class is free and open to the public. However, we are asking that you call 209-223-6838 or email mgamador@ucdavis.edu  to make reservations. Please leave your name and the number attending. All classes are held in the GSA building at 12200-B Airport Rd. in Jackson from 9am to Noon.
 
For questions, call the UCCE Master Gardeners of Amador County at the UC Cooperative Extension Office from 10am to noon, Tuesday through Thursday, 223-6838 or email mgamador@ucdavis.edu.  Website:  http://ucanr.edu/mgamador    
 
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