In light of the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, many people have taken up gardening to stretch food dollars. Here are a few tips to manage pests and diseases.
Grow & Give is a new gardening initiative from Colorado State Univeristy Extension, and offers on free course available online.
Across the globe, people are turning to raising gardens to help manage anxieties and imagine alternatives.
Colorado State University Pueblo is accepting registrations for the 2020 Colorado Master Gardener training class.
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Photo of the week from the August 9, 2019, edition of the Kiowa County, Colorado, Press - yellow squash in blossom near Eads.
It has been quite a while since Colorado State University Extension has offered the Master Gardener program in the southeast area. With renewed interest in the program, applications are being accepted for Master Gardner classes which will be conducted in 2019. The host location will be determined by where the majority of the applications are centered. Southeast area extension offices are located in Baca, Bent, Cheyenne, Crowley, Kiowa, Otero, and Prowers counties.
Persistent drought conditions have parched the soil over southern Colorado, stressing even irrigated lawns and larger landscape trees. During these periods of drought, homeowners should consider supplemental watering to keep their trees healthy.
Build and plant your own windowsill herb garden in this fun, hands-on class offered by CSU Extension-Pueblo County. Growing, Using and Preserving Herbs will be presented June 27, 2018 from 5:30-7:30 pm. Participants will learn to grow and care for herbs; flavor and food combinations; and how to dry and store herbs.
The class fee is $20, which includes planter. Registration is required by June 22.
The Colorado Master Gardener / Supporters of Horticulture Education annual plant sale has been set for May 12 at the Colorado State Fairgrounds Fine Arts Building.
The sale will be held from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. with vendors offering native plants, water-wise plants, vegetables, annuals, perennials, hanging baskets and other plants.
Purchases can be made with cash or checks only.
The Colorado State Fairgrounds is located at 1001 Beulah Avenue in Pueblo.