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***NOTICE***REQUIRED PESTICIDE TRAINING*** 2019 Auxin Specific Applicator Training! If you plan to spray one of the four products listed on the flyer below, you are REQUIRED to view the training video once a year. Those spraying under the supervision of another's license are also REQUIRED to watch the training video once a year. CONTACT: BRAZORIA CO. EXTENSION OFFICE to schedule a 2 hour time slot to view this REQUIRED video! (See the attached flyer for contact information and complete details.)Find out more »
Fruit tree pruning is a hands-on workshop training you on pruning basics: function and form, open center versus central leader, tree shaping and more. We will include information on maintenance and fertilizer scheduling. This workshop will be hosted at the Brazoria Environmental Education Station (BEES) orchard and classroom. Workshop fee is $20 and registration will open for each class starting mid-December 2018. The Urban Orchard Series is supported by Brazoria County AgriLife Extension and Horticulture Agent Stephen Brueggerhoff, focusing on…Find out more »
Beans to Broccoli, cukes to corn, tomatoes and more! Lead and ear, learn about garden mainstays and some unusual veggies just right for Brazoria County gardens.Find out more »
Series #1 Managing for High Quality Hay presented by Texas A&M Specialist, Dr. Joshua McGinty.
Series #2 Forage Management Calendar presented by Texas A&M Specialist, Dr. Vanessa Corriher-Olson
Series #3 Spring Weed ID presented by Texas A&M Specialist, Dr. Scott Nolte
Series #4 Problem Solving Forage Issues presented by Texas A&M Specialist, Dr. Barron Rector.
Explore Garden tool maintenance tips and can nurture and sustain your garden from season to season.Find out more »
Learn about community gardens from first-hand experience, and steps to create a garden that connects people and improves personal nutrition.Find out more »