The Plant Toolbox Has More Links You Can Use

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The Extension Gardener Plant Toolbox, in partnership with the Clemson Cooperative Extension Home & Garden Information Center, recently updated nearly 400 plant profiles in the Plant Toolbox with links to Clemson Cooperative Extension Factsheets that address the common pests and diseases of plants in the Southeast. These new links add to those from NC State Extension that are already on the Plant Toolbox, thus giving users immediate access to research-based, regionally appropriate information on how to care for their garden and landscape plants.

Screen capture of the Toolbox Malus domesticus page with link to Clemson circled.

As Dr. Bob Polomski, Associate Extension Specialist at Clemson, said, “Our combined content will be an essential hub of horticultural information for [website] visitors in the Carolinas and beyond.”

The work of adding the links to the Plant Toolbox was performed by Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteers Karen Bessey (Nash Co.) and Joanne Celinski (Craven Co.). Job well done!