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NC Extension Master Gardener Annual Report popular

Thank you to NC Extension Master Gardener Volunteers who made a tremendous contribution in 2015 By the Numbers: 4,140 volunteers 945,083 Face to Face Contacts Total Value of Service, In-Kind and Cash Donations = MORE »

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Now hiring . . . popular

  POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Project Coordinator     Organization: North Carolina Community Garden Partners (NCCGP) in collaboration with the North Carolina Public Health Foundation   Location: Home-based, with ability to travel throughout the state MORE » – from   Community Gardens

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Butterflies in Your Backyard popular

New and improved and even better than before. “Butterflies in Your Backyard” has been updated and  re-released with a beautiful new cover.  Available for free online  (PDF version linked), it has wonderful information on North MORE » – from   Gardening

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Summer Issue of Extension Gardener is Now Available!

Check out the New Issue of Extension Gardener, Summer 2016 Regional Information Smart Gardening: CoCoRahs Permaculture Design Moles or Voles Organic Lawn Management Tips and Tasks State News Sustainable Gardening What’s Wrong with My Plant? MORE »

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New Edition of Extension Gardener Posted

Check out the latest edition of the Extension Gardener Newsletter Winter 2016! https://extensiongardener.ces.ncsu.edu/extgardener-our-latest-issue/ Congratulations and thank you to Managing Editor Shawn Banks, Regional Editors Randy Fulk, Donna Teasley and Sam Marshall and Katy MORE »

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What Is Wrong With My Basil Plant?

If you’re planning to make pesto from your summer basil crop, do it sooner rather than later. This is because basil downy mildew, a fungal disease that attacks basil leaves, is now active MORE »

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Floriculture InfoSearch

Floriculture InfoSearch is a powerful, but focused search engine designed to bring you floriculture information from the scientific literature, trade and association magazines/websites, NC State University, and the American Floral Endowment Floriculture Archive MORE »

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Downy Mildew

Downy mildew is here! Look on the tops of leaves for angular, yellow to brown wounds that stop at a leaf vein. Management suggestions: Plant early in the season so you can harvest MORE »