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Airdate (11/23/2019) #4621 In Oklahoma City we visit a school garden at Millwood Elementary School and learn about the Jr. Master Gardener Program that helps with school gardens. For more information about school and youth gardening, check out these websites: Questions? To find out more information about show topics as well as recipes, articles, videos, fact sheets and other resources, including the directory of local Extension Offices, be sure to visit our website. You can also find us on: Facebook: Twitter: @okgardening Instagram: Oklahoma Gardening is a production of the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Oklahoma State University and is produced by the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture and Agricultural Communications Services. All products featured on this program are for demonstration purposes only. No commercial endorsement is intended. The Rutgers Home Gardeners School gives the public a chance to meet with master gardeners from around New Jersey. With over 35 workshops, participants can learn about anything from lawn care to trees, vegetable gardens, container gardens and terrariums all in one day. This video features advice on what size garden to plant and how much fertilizer and plant food to use. You’ll also find tips on how to be a better beginner gardener, why a soil test is so important and why you should never throw away your seed packets. For more information on the Rutgers Home Gardeners School visit their website: Check out the Rutgers Today news website – Connect with us on Facebook – Follow us on Twitter – Tips on how to get the most out of your garden this spring. How to get your garden off to a great start this spring. Related PostsSchool Gardening at John Adams ElementaryThe English Gardening SchoolElementary School […]

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  • Devorah BatMiriamGoldaVMordecai Bayer 2 months ago

    When do you have learning opportunities….BTW my Dad, Morton , Mordy Cohen AH attend Rutgers around 1946 or perhaps 1947. He learned Animal Husbandry in preparation for living on and then co-starting a Kibbutz. He resided in Cream Ridge during this time.