Class Materials and Other Useful Links

2014 Class Schedule

 

Questions for Chapter Reviews:  Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, Chapter 13, Chapter 14, Chapter 15, Chapter 16, Chapter 17, Chapter 18, Chapter 19, Chapter 20, Chapter 21, Chapter 22  

 

Answers to Chapter Review Questions:  Chapter 1Chapter 2,  Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10, Chapter 11, Chapter 12, Chapter 13, Chapter 14, Chapter 15, Chapter 16, Chapter 17, Chapter 18, Chapter 19, Chapter 20, Chapter 21, Chapter 22

 

Helpful Websites and Resources for Master Gardeners

 

Apprentice Handbook

MG Office Plant Clinic & Online Calendar:

 

Forms: Client Contact Form 

     Client Contact Fillable Form

    Project Request Form

     Diagnositing Plant Problems Form & Worksheet


Good Gardener and Bad Gardener - Videos

View a series of educational videos by Master Gardeners and for Master Gardeners. These videos are designed to serve as resources to help both new and veteran MGs learn the art / science of working with clients in plant clinics. Another alternate site is located here


Reference Materials/Books:

 Book List

  Pacific North West Reference Materials (PNWs): Plant Diseases,  Insects,  Weeds

 Natural Gardening Handbook 

Class Presentations & Materials:

Coastal GardeningFlowers in the Fog Zone   Woody Landscape Plants  Undesirable Plants for Coastal Gardens

Native Plants  Lincoln County Native Plants List     Native Plants Source     Native Plants Nurseries

Herbaceous Plant Family ID    Herbaceous Plant I.D.

Soils and Soil Fertility

Lawns

Rain Water Collection for garden Use

Fruits & Berries

PNW656 Blueberry cultivars for the Pacific Northwest 2014

Blueberry 2013 presentation

EC1618 Strawberry cultivars for Western Oregon & Washington 2014

Strawberry 2013 presentation

PNW655 Raspberry cultivars for the Pacific Northwest 2014

Raspberry 2013 presentation

Currant & Gooseberry 2013 presentation

Grape 2013 presentation

Woody Plant Search System

Conifer Search

Broadleaf Search

Note: The accompanying notes on vegetable production that go with the slides appear on the top left hand corner of each slide. Put your computer mouse over the annotation box and the notes will appear for each slide. This has worked with Mozilla firefox and Internet Explorer - so please use those two web browsers for these notes to appear.

Best Vegetable Groups for the Coastal Climate

Soil Temperature Conditions for Vegetable Seed Germination

Growing Vegetables on the Oregon Coast Part 1

Growing Vegetables on the Oregon Coast Part 2

Growing Vegetables on the Oregon Coast Part 3

Garlic Onion Leek Shallot

Potatoes Step by Step

Vegetable Plant Insect Table

Composting

Pesticides-Home Garden Pesticide Uses and Hazards

Understanding Pesticides (slide notes appear on top left corner -if you mouse over it)

Integrated Pest Management (slide notes appear on top left corner -if you mouse over it)

Part I

Part II

Plant Propagation Handouts

Annuals, Foot-Friendly Plants, Annuals & Perennials Vines

Design Basics, Drought-Resistant Perennials

Perennial Flowers, Dozens of Daisies

25 Fast-Growing Perennials, Deadheading Perennials, Butterfly Attracting Plants, Vegetables

Seed-Starting Tips, Dividing Perennials, Plant Propagation

Division of Asparagus, Propagation Techniques

Pruning

Part I

Part II

 Loyd Collett Presentations

About the Apple

Grafting Fruit Trees

Pruning & Care for Fruit Trees

Fruits and Nuts for the Oregon Coast

 

 

  


Class Presentations from prior years:

Plant ID Practice (photos from Yaquina Head Lighthouse)

Please ID these plants 

Botany: HandoutsBasic Botany Online Module 

Plant Propagation:  25 Fast-Growing Perennials

Problem Insects: Entomology

Soils, Soil Fertility and Fertilizers: SoilsPlant Nutrition,  Composting 

Vegetable Production: Growing Veggies in our Maritime Climate 

Tomato & Vegetable Information:  Tomato-Growing Tips, Fertile Cycle, Recommended Tomato Varieties

Cloche: How to build your own raised bed clocheRisks for using pressure treated wood

Ponds: Pond Construction and ManagementBackyard Ponds and Water GardensBibliography of Books for Backyard Ponds

Native Plants: Lincoln County Native Plants List,  Native Plants Source Information,  Native Plants Nurseries 

Pesticides and IPM: Pesticide Safety Part 1,  Pesticide Safety Part 2,  Least Toxic Pesticides for Gardeners, Storing Pesticides, Reading the Label, Protecting Yourself, Protecting Children from Pesticides

Pesticide ExamReview your Questions and Answers 

Plant Diseases: Presentation Outline,  Plant Problem Diagnosis 

Landscaping: Landscape Design Guides 

Woody Ornamentals: Woody Ornamentals Supplemental Handouts 

Lawns: Lawns Presentation 

Pruning: Pruning Part-a,  Pruning Part-b,  Pruning Part-c

Pruning & Care of Fruit Trees:  About the Apple, Ten Best Apples, Fruit Tree Pruning & Care

 Plant Propagation: Handouts     

Plant ID: Handouts,  Conifer Dichotomous Key 

Insects: Library of Ken Gray slides (OSU) 

Native Plants: Natives to Your Garden 

 How to Create Your Own HYPERTUFA CONTAINER

Oregon Coast Community College Garden Design

OCCC Demo Garden  Layout 1Layout 2Layout 3 

Watering a Cloche

Vegetable Trials for SFE

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