UC Master Gardener and KUCI Staff Host Mark Fierle will speak again with Dr. Niamh Quinn, the current UC Cooperative Extension Advisor, for the full hour about coyotes.
The growing incidents of human/coyote conflicts exhibit a need to discuss ways of measuring and then managing for the coexistence of the urban homeowner/gardener and the now urban coyote populations.
Dr. Quinn's unique sense of humor will draw you in for this important subject of discussion.
UC Master Gardener and KUCI Staff Host Katrina Kirkeby will continue her talk with Earnest Miller from two weeks ago.
There are ways to retain a lot of the nutritional benefits of fresh-picked fruits and vegetables through proper preservation techniques. Learn how!
The month of August will be one of the warmest months so not much planting to do but your summer veggies are ripening and, of course, pay attention to water needs. Instead, go to the beach! Yes!!
Rind some seaweed, bring it home. Rinse it well, chop it up and use it in your soil to provide some trace elements or as a “tea” spray to discourage aphids.
UC Master Gardeners are still at the Orange County Fair ready to answer your gardening questions.
There will always be too much to eat when ready to pick. Now is the time to start planning for ways to preserve the harvest.
This week on In the Garden with UCCE Master Gardeners, UC Master Gardener and KUCI Staff Host Katrina Kirkeby will talk with Earnest Miller about ways to preserve your garden bounty and save all of the nutritional benefits from your fresh vegetables.
This is Part 1 of 2. Part 2 will air August 11th. Come by and see us at the Orange County Fair if you have any gardening questions, too.