Events for February 1, 2022
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Watch classes, hosted by Bexar County Master Gardener Bill Swantner, in the comfort of your home. Native Plants for Native Birds Crape-Myrtle Bark Scale Rainwater Harvesting Herb Gardening Organic Gardening Starting Vegetables from Seed-Indoors Texas SuperStar® San Antonio: Its History & Water 1 BCMG CE per Hour of Instruction ...Find out more »
Master Gardener On-Line Training https://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/earthkind/training/ NOTE: Participants must complete the quiz and evaluation to receive CEU credit. ONLINE MODULES: Landscape Water Conservation Training Low-Volume Irrigation Training Irrigation System Auditing Training Safe Use and Handling of Pesticides in the Landscape Training Safe Use and Handling of Fertilizers in the Landscape Training Reducing Landscape Waste – Composting Training Designing an Earth–Kind® Landscape ...Find out more »
The 2020 Lunch and Learn Gardening Webinar Series presented by Horticulturist David Rodriguez and Entomologist Molly Keck is available on MyExtension210 Videos on the Bexar County AgriLife YouTube Channel. BCMGs: David’s and Molly’s presentations count as CEs (1 CE - Code 001 each).Find out more »
• Beekeeping 101 ($45.50) • Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (Free) • Emerald Ash Borer (Free) • Greenhouse Crop Production ($50) • Introduction to Plant Disease Diagnostics (Free) • Introduction to Rose Rosette Disease (Free) • IPM for School Gardens 101 (Free) • Learn, Grow, Eat & Go ($52) • Plant Pathology for Master Gardeners (Free) • Tomato 101: The Basics ...Find out more »
Bexar County Master Gardeners: Earn 1 CE of the minimum 6 CEs needed annually for Bexar County Master Gardener recertification by listening to one archived podcast of the WOAI 1200 AM Lawn and Garden Show. Click on the following link to select a podcast of interest to you: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/woai-home-and-garden-show-20474868/ -- OR -- You can earn 1 CE (of the minimum ...Find out more »
Spring 2022 Children’s Vegetable Garden Program at the San Antonio Botanical Garden Saturday mornings, February 19 through June 4, from 8:30 – 10:30 AM Registration is now open! The Children’s Vegetable Garden Program is an opportunity for children to grow their own vegetables with the help of educators, horticulturists, and volunteers. Each family/group is allotted a 3.5’ x 28’ garden ...Find out more »
Color codes for the calendar are as follows:
- Orange: These are events for BCMG members only.
- Blue: These are public events for which BCMG members can also receive CEU credit.
- Green: These are events that are open to the general public.