Pests destroy gardens, forests and farms, infest homes and businesses and spread devastating diseases. North Carolina Cooperative Extension programs help homeowners, commercial pesticide applicators and others prevent and control pest damage in ways that are economical, environmentally sound and safe for human health.
Ausveg, the Australian association that represents vegetable growers, says that community gardens pose a serious safety risk for the Australian horticulture sector. Pointing to a lack of quality assurance guidelines, and the potential MORE »– from Community Gardens
Update, March 21: Thanks to all who participated in the webinar! We had some great questions and we enjoyed your participation. If you were not able to attend the live webinar on March 11th MORE »– from Strawberry Growers Information
Good evening, I would strongly urge ALL strawberry plasticulture growers in Mid-South to definitely take advantage of this free service at Clemson for botrytis resistance profiling. Here is the latest update from Clemson MORE »– from Strawberry Growers Information
Guest post by Amanda McWhirt, graduate student in the NC State University Crop Sciences Department. While planting for next season may be the last thing on your mind at this point, these cold MORE »– from Strawberry Growers Information
Extension Master Gardeners Extension Master Gardeners is a great program where Cooperative Extension agents train volunteers to help educate gardeners using unbiased and researched based information. Because the program is so successful we MORE »