Extension’s Gardening in Nevada classes return in February

College of Nevada, Reno Extension and their certified Master Gardeners provide “Gardening in Nevada: The Bartley Ranch Collection.” The collection is for anybody who needs to backyard garden – those with big yards, small yards, or just patio or balcony house. These courses, presented in partnership with Washoe County Regional Parks and Open up House, are totally free and operate 6 – 8 p.m., each Tuesday, Feb. 1 – March 29, at Bartley Ranch Regional Park, 6000 Bartley Ranch Street in Reno.

“The classes, which vary by 12 months according to the requires of the neighborhood group, offer the why’s and how’s from people who live, increase and harvest in our northern Nevada area.” Rachel McClure, Grasp Gardener coordinator for Extension in Washoe County, said.

The lessons are taught by accredited Extension Learn Gardener volunteers who have expertise dwelling and gardening in northern Nevada. International Culture of Arboriculture continuing training models may be out there for some courses. Classes include:

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  • Feb. 1: Fruit Tree Range — Extension Learn Gardener and retired certified arborist Michael Janik will discuss fruit tree wants in northern Nevada, including soil, USDA zones, chill several hours, watering and pest management.  He will also discuss about fruit types he has grown and is at present expanding to determine suitability for our climate.
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  • Feb. 8: Starting Vegetation From Seeds — Washoe County Learn Gardener Coordinator Rachel McClure will discuss seed setting up journeys for early and late- season seed commencing, together with how and when to commence seeds indoors for the small northern Nevada expanding time.
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  • Feb. 15: Downsizing Your Landscape — Have your backyard garden preferences adjusted? Does your landscape will need updating? Extension Grasp Gardener Rod Haulenbeek will assistance information attendees on the future methods of their gardening journeys.
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  • Feb. 22: Moon Folklore and Gardening — Extension Grasp Gardeners Shari Elena Quinn and Linda Fulton will speak about folklore gardening as it relates to the up coming 12 months of the moon’s phases. This presentation will involve moon terminology, descriptions of each individual regular monthly moon, how the moons obtained their names, and folklore beliefs connected to the best situations for planting and harvesting.
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  • March 1: Pruning & Training Fruit Trees — Extension Learn Gardener and retired licensed arborist Michael Janik will existing fruit tree pruning fundamental principles and how trees react to pruning. He will assessment size command applying correct rootstocks, how proper early schooling will cut down the will need for pruning as the tree matures, and when to prune. He will also provide phase-by-move guidance for training fruit trees as central leaders, open middle and espaliers.
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  • March 8: Perennials in the Yard — Extension Master Gardener Georgette Porter will discuss how to have perennial flowers in property gardens calendar year soon after calendar year. From the typical to the unpredicted, she will communicate about the benefits of planting perennials in our large-desert ecosystem. 
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  • March 15: The Amazing Planet of Honey Bees — Buzzing with bee details, Extension Learn Gardeners Jackie Sandage and Linda Groves will focus on several aspects of beekeeping in northern Nevada.
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  • March 22: Landscape Layout — Have you lately moved to a house with an current yard, or are you looking to rehabilitate the one you previously have? This system may perhaps assist attendees tactic style strategies in a new way. Extension Master Gardener Melinda Gustin, of the American Modern society of Landscape Architects, will share methods to take into account to support update exhausted landscapes.
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  • March 29: Thriving Vegetable Gardening —Extension Master Gardener Randy Robison will share his secrets and techniques to harvesting ample, award-winning make from in-ground and raised garden beds in our superior-desert climate. He will share information and facts about amending the soil to help plants prosper, the great importance of crop rotation, strategies to raise yields, companion planting added benefits and how to discourage unwanted pests.                                                                           
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Registration for the collection can be completed online

For more information on “Gardening in Nevada: The Bartley Ranch Collection,” or for typical horticultural inquiries, get in touch with Extension at 775-784-4848 or visit the Extension web-site. Persons in will need of particular accommodations or help should get in touch with or notify Paul Lessick, civil rights and compliance coordinator, at his email or 702-257-5577 at the very least a few times prior to the scheduled occasion. 

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