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The home horticulture department and Master Gardeners host many gardening events for the public. Some of our most popular events are Insights into Gardening and Gearing up for Gardening. These events are a great place to come and learn.
The OSU Extension service offers materials covering a wide variety of gardening topics. Click here to view our catalog.
Ask a Master Gardener
E-Mail:Master Gardener- Describe the problem in detail. Photos help, too.
Call the extension office at 541-766-6750
Stop in the office: 1849 NW 9th st. Corvallis, OR 97330
Gearing Up for Gardening Series online
Corvallis Chapter - Helps support local birds, other wildlife and their habitats in the Willamette Valley and beyond.
Local residents have the opportunity to rent garden space for the summer. Coordinated by First Alternative Natural Foods Co-op.
A listing of local farmers' markets, events offered at each market and a "pick of the month" fruit or vegetable.
A nonprofit educational organization dedicated to assisting both novice and expert growers, and to promoting the science, culture, and pleasure of growing tree fruit.
Contains images and information for over 900 landscape plants (mostly woody) listed in alphabetical order by genus from Abelia to Zalkovia. Also has a common name list and native plant list.
Plant problems caused by insects and other arthropods, diseases and non-pathogenic conditions from samples brought to the Oregon State University Plant Pathology Clinic each month.
Provides objective, science-based information about pesticides and pesticide-related topics to enable people to make informed decisions about pesticides and their use.
Is dedicated to the enjoyment, conservation and study of Oregon's native plants and habitats.
The most comprehensive information and communications resource for berry and grape production practices, research, and marketing.
A garden publication focused on Pacific Northwest Gardening.
Provides educational materials and links for the identification and management of pests in commercial nursery production in the Pacific Northwest. Click on the treasure chest.
The outline version of the Oregon Association of Nurseries Directory & Buyers Guide publication which offers a searchable database for locating plants, growers, services and related products.
A listing of member garden clubs, contacts and events.
An OSU Extension Service program that educates Oregonians about the art and science of growing and caring for plants. This program also facilitates the training of a highly educated corp of volunteers. These volunteers extend sustainable gardening information to their communities through education and outreach programs.
Information about bees and beekeeping. Includes events offered by a diverse bunch of individuals who share a fascination for the honeybee and its workings.
A nonprofit research and education membership organization dedicated to biologically sound and socially equitable agriculture. Oregon Tilth offers education events throughout the state of Oregon, and provides organic certification services to organic growers, processors, and handlers internationally.
An alphabetical listing of plants, diseases that affect them, and management options including mechanical, biological and chemical. Includes photos.
A listing of insect pests with management options.
A quick and ready reference of weed control practices used in various cropping systems or site/situations in Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
Is a series of brief bulletins or problems frequently received at the laboratory of Washington State University Puyallup Plant & Insect Diagnostic Laboratory. The Pest Leaflet Series covers insect problems, diseases, abiotic problems, and other miscellaneous situations.
Lists of plants toxic to humans compiled by Oregon Health & Sciences University. Rated from "very bad" to "good".
A collection of bulletins, fact sheets and images of urban pests, their biology and, where appropriate, control. Emphasis is always on the least toxic approach to control.