Tag Archives: Extension

Pesticide Private Applicator Class (scroll down to register)

Pesticide Private Applicator Class April 16 (scroll down to register)

5 CEU Recertification Course (Two Dates, Two Locations)

Two options available. Online or in person. The in person class is limited. Read More →

Auxin Training-annual video training – 1 CEU (scroll down to register)

Auxin training is required prior to applying these herbicides: ENGENIA HERBICIDE XTENDIMAX HERBICIDE TAVIUM ENLISTONE/ENLIST DUO (See flyer for more information)

Time to Prune Woody Ornamentals

Time to Prune Woody Ornamentals Stephen Brueggerhoff, CEA – Horticulture; Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service 2/02/2021 While winter is viewed as a season of contemplation, there are still pruning maintenance tasks for woody ornamental plants we can accomplish at this time of year. Pruning is a landscaping activity that benefits and promotes healthy growth. The reasons we prune plants are to train, maintain, improve flower and vegetative quality, and restrict growth. One goal is to create and maintain the basic plant architecture using sustainable methods. Pruning during late… Read More →


Protecting Plants During a Freeze Stephen Brueggerhoff, CEA – Horticulture; Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service 12/08/2020 December’s cool weather is always welcome like an old friend that briefly visits for a few months, reminding that we have thick layers of fabric in reserve to ward off the bite of frost or sustained freezes from less-than fair weather guests. Understanding types of cool weather events is key to properly dressing up our plants in just the right fashion for adequate protection. I have adapted an article written by AgriLife… Read More →