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Protect yourself from ticks without destroying beneficial insects. Spraying pesticides to control ticks is ineffective because ticks reside primarily within leaf litter where the sprays cannot reach them, or they are brought in by animal hosts. The pesticides, however, are nonselective and will kill pollinators and other beneficial insects they come in contact with. There are much more effective ways to protect yourself, your family, and your pets and still enjoy the outdoors. Continue reading
VCE-MGNV Virtual Classroom public education events for April and May 2020 are online and open to all.
❦ Vegetable Garden Design for Success
❦ Tomato Love
❦ Safely Enjoy the Outdoors Despite Mosquitoes and Ticks
❦ The Art of Composting: How to Make Your Own Black Gold
❦ Outdoor Container Gardening: Basics and Beyond Continue reading
Coronavirus Related Schedule Changes
VCE-MGNV Virtual Classroom public education events are online and open to all. Archived online presentations are available in the Master Gardener Virtual Classroom
Register online at https://mgnv.org/events/ Continue reading
July 2018 Public Education Classes and Events include these classes: Good Gardens All Start with Good Soil; Twilight Home Gardening Series; Ticks and Mosquitos and Other Bloodsuckers; and Summer Garden Critter Controls.
Special Events include Simpson Gardens Tuesday Stroll, Saturday Morning in the Vegetable Garden, and Wednesday Library Garden Talks.
Don’t forget to check out our Plant Clinics as well! Continue reading