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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County Master Gardener Presentations

April 21, 2021 @ 8:00 am - June 1, 2023 @ 5:00 pm

  • *Links to our Video Registration * Once you go to our video link, you can register on our registration page and will then have access to the video.  We do ask a fee – $0-30.00 whatever viewers can afford.  Donations are appreciated.

*Home Grown Sweet Potatoes Video (21 min.): *

https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/HomeGrownSweetPotatoesVideo_254

 

This video, from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County Master Gardener Barb, covers growing sweet potatoes in the home garden or container. Propagation, planting, care during the growing season, harvesting, curing, and storage. If you are a vegetable gardener, you’ve got to try growing them!

 

*Growing Tomatoes at Home: Session 1 – Plant Selection and Preventing Problems (33 min):

https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/Tomatoes-session1_254

 

Gardeners love tomatoes, but they can sometimes be a challenge to grow.

Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County Master Gardener Kathryn to learn tips for growing healthy tomato plants from the very beginning!

 

*Growing tomatoes at Home: Session 2 – Diseases, Pests, and Reducing Problems (28 min):

https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/Tomatoes-session2_254

 

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County Master Gardener Kathryn gives insight into tomato problems and what we can do to decrease them. Sometimes it only takes a change in management practices!

 

*Home Composting: How it All Works (14min 48 sec): *

https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/HomeCompostingHowitAllWorks_254

 

Learn how easy home composting can be from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County Master Gardener Barb. Composting the right way won’t create bad odors or bring in pests and will provide a free soil amendment to help plants thrive. Compost is a great way to improve soil structure and water and nutrient holding capacity. It can be used as a soil amendment in vegetable and ornamental gardens, mixed with potting mix to fill containers, and applied in a thin layer to lawns. Composting kitchen scraps, garden debris, and tree leaves can also decrease what we are putting into landfills.

 

*Orchids – An Introduction (37min. 29 sec): *

https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/orchidsanintroduction_254

 

In this video, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County Master Gardener Lynda Parmelee discusses varieties and the basics for home orchid care.

 

*Spring Care of Roses (10min 18 sec): *

https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/springcareofroses-2_254

 

Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County Master Gardener Audrey as she shares tips that will get your roses off to a good start this spring!

 

*Indoor Seed Starting (18min 25 sec): *

https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/indoorseedstarting_254

 

In this video Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County Master Gardener Lynda demonstrates how to start your own tomato plants. The seed starting process she covers can be applied to most seeds for vegetables and flowers that you would start indoors. Some types of plants have specific germination requirements that will be needed in addition to the steps that Lynda covers – refer to the seed packet for any special germination requirement.

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Start:
April 21 @ 8:00 am
End:
June 1, 2023 @ 5:00 pm