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Grow your gardening and landscape skills

We provide research-based information for backyard gardeners and green industry professionals, including regional specific information.

Where can I find resources and help?

Local OSU staff and trained OSU Master Gardener volunteers provide education in many ways:

  • Events: Attend a workshop or class.
  • Educational resources: Publications, books, and guides.
  • Ask us questions: You may submit a questions online, call, or visit our office(s).  We will assist you in answering your gardening and lawn questions, including identifying your weed, disease, and insect problems and suggest research-based management for these issues.
  • Become a Master Gardener: Learn about becoming a Master Gardener.

See below to learn more.

Monthly Garden Calendars

Are you wondering what to do in your garden this month? The OSU Extension garden calendar contains timely monthly garden tips including information about garden planning, maintenance and clean up, pest monitoring and management, houseplants, and indoor gardening.

See the Calendar

Your Local Gardening Experts

Have a Gardening Question?

Local OSU staff and trained OSU Master Gardener volunteers serve as an outlet for all of your gardening questions. You can call or visit our office(s) and we will assist you in identifying your weed, disease, and insect problems and suggest research-based management for these issues.

Klamath County Master Gardeners

Five Abiotic Plant Issues that Mimic Disease

Five Abiotic Plant Issues that Mimic Disease

Klamath County Master Gardeners Program Resource

Klamath County Master Gardeners

Do you love gardening, want to advance your skills, and volunteer your time to help others learn? We provide Master Gardeners with tools to become better gardeners:

  • Research-based gardening techniques: Learn the art and science of growing and caring for plants using sustainable gardening practices. Our techniques are based on research by Oregon State University and other land-grant universities.
  • Grow your community: Meet beginner and expert gardeners in your community.
  • Learn by teaching: Provide gardening education in your community.
  • Gain confidence in your skills: We see Master Gardeners become more confident, outgoing, and aware of the need for their gardening knowledge.

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