Advice to Grow By!
The mission of the Master Gardeners of Shasta County is to develop, adapt, and extend research-based horticultural information and educational programs to the residents of Shasta and Tehama Counties. The Master Gardeners assist the University of California Cooperative Extension through gardening programs and horticultural activities designed to educate the public with research-based information.
Have a Question?
Information on many subjects including Integrated Pest Management, Soils, Composting, Irrigation and Watering, Plant selection, etc. is available in several ways:
Call the Master Gardener Helpline at
Master Gardeners are available to answer questions at the Certified Farmers Market by the Redding City Hall on Cypress Ave. from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. every Saturday, April through October.
Questions From The Record Searchlight
Pests and Weeds
Citrus Disease Huanglongbing, caused by Asian Citrus Psyllidand
For more information please go to:
UC Master Gardener Program Statewide Blog
When David Gibby founded the very first master gardener program in 1973, he had no way of knowing the tremendous impact master gardener volunteers would make around the world. Established in 1980, the UC Master Gardener Program has been extending UC...
Shasta County Vegetable Planting Calendar
North State Garden News
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