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Fruit Tree Workshop at Wolfskill Ranch, Winters, CA

We’ve got an exciting program coming up on August 14 at the Wolfskill Experimental Orchard.  Spend the day with us learning about creating and maintaining sustainable home orchards of any size.  We’ll be tasting fruit, offering a hands-on demonstrations, touring Wolfskill and much more!  Your registration of $45 includes lunch, fruit tastings and a pomegranate plant. 

Please join us – you’ll leave prepared to start your own backyard fruit production!  You can pay by credit card, download the flier, agenda and directions at http://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/events/.  See you there.

Posted on Monday, July 13, 2009 at 9:00 AM

With what and how do I fertilize my home vegetable garden?

Vegetables grown in most California soils often require some fertilizer for best growth. Nitrogen is the most important nutrient and can be applied using either organic forms such as manures or compost or inorganic forms (chemical fertilizers) to supply needed nutrients.

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Posted on Monday, July 6, 2009 at 12:14 PM

How do I mow my lawn properly?

Mowing your lawn entails much more than just mowing on a weekly basis or whenever the lawn appears too long.

For a healthy turf, you must pay special attention to:

Learn more . . .

lawn mowing
lawn mowing

Photo by Cheryl Reynolds

Posted on Monday, June 29, 2009 at 8:40 AM

How do I harvest and store vegetables from my garden?

To get the most from your vegetables, harvest them when they are at the best stage for eating and store them under conditions that will keep them as close to garden-fresh as possible.

Learn more . . .

cabbage
cabbage

Posted on Monday, June 22, 2009 at 8:50 AM

How do I water my vegetable garden?

Most all gardens in California will require some irrigation especially in summer. Irrigation that is inadequate will cause a significant reduction in productivity. However, water can be very expensive so creating an irrigation system that will adjust to the rooting depth of various plants is important. Learn more ....

water veg garden
water veg garden

Posted on Monday, June 15, 2009 at 10:37 AM

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