Category Archives: Intern Projects

Garden Myth Busters! Compost Tea

THE MYTH: Compost tea suppresses pathogens and enriches garden soil.
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The Glencarlyn Pollinator Garden and the Importance of Pollinators

By Ana Karla Coudert & Shrive Beck, Extension Master Gardener Interns Photos © 2019 Elaine Mills What are pollinators and why are they important to humans? You may have heard that a butterfly is a pollinator, that pollinators flit from … Continue reading

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Garden Myth Busters! Landscape and Lawn

THE MYTH: Always fertilize your lawn in the spring.
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Tomato Love

by Colleen Kennedy, Extension Master Gardener The tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) is one of several New World crops introduced to the Old World by the Spanish conquistadors in the 1500s. From Portugal and Spain tomatoes were introduced to the Far East … Continue reading

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