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Gardening tips that save money
March 11, 2011
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Gardening doesn't have to be expensive, especially if you can listen to the voice of experience.
The following light-hearted tips for thrifty gardening are passed on from Oregon State University Extension Master Gardeners.
"The advice might save you money, and you could get to know your neighbors better, but it comes primarily from personal experiences, not OSU research," said Gail Langellotto, OSU Extension urban and community horticulture specialist and statewide coordinator of the Master Gardener Program.
Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who share with the people of Oregon their knowledge of sustainable gardening and OSU resources in home horticulture, More than 4,000 people across the state are certified as OSU Extension Master Gardeners.
Thrifty tips for the garden:
- Share seeds and seedlings with friends and neighbors.
Source: Gail Langellotto