UC Master Gardeners - Sutter Yuba
Winter Workshop Series
Winter Series Learning Garden Workshop - Resources
Workshop Resources: Composting, Raised bed gardens, Selecting Fruit Trees
- What is composting?
- Backyard composting of yard, garden and food discards
- Vermicomposting makes your garden grown
2. Raised Bed Gardens
3. Selecting Fruit Trees
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UC ANR Blogs
If you're an almond grower, a beekeeper, or someone interested in almond pollination, you'll want to read what a team of six researchers discovered--and maybe share feedback. The six-member team, including Elina Lastro Niño, associate professor of UC Cooperative Extension, UC...
Today, on Presidents' Day, let's buzz back in history to our first President and his love of honey bees. Picture this: George Washington (Feb. 22, 1732-Dec. 14, 1799) is eating hoecakes with honey, and adding honey to his tea, something that historians say he did every day. Historians also relate...
They came. They saw. They held out their hands. Hands? Yes, to hold Madagascar hissing cockroaches and stick insects (walking sticks). The Bohart Museum of Entomology greeted some 1400 visitors during the 13th annual UC Davis Biodiversity Museum Day, an event held Feb. 10 and showcasing...
As concern grows over the decline in the honey bee population, alternative pollinators are gaining attention. Mason bees, which are native to North America, are one option. These gentle-natured bees do not produce honey but they excel at pollinating and are easy to raise. Mason bees look similar...
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