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Learn how to start a vegetable garden online with UC Master Gardeners Program

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Events & Garden TalksEvent NameDateLivermore Garden Talk - Landscape Irrigation: How much water is needed and best ways to apply it3/11/2023Beginning Vegetable Gardening3/18/2023Show MoreClick on the sign for the lastest updates on our newest garden!What's New?Your Alameda County Garden, Month-by-MonthMonthly Tips from Master Gardeners on gardening tasks you can do each month to make your garden healthy, beautiful and productive.Advice to grow by. Just ask us!Click here: ASK THE HELP DESK! (a form will pop up to walk you through the process)Email us at Please tell us:Your name, phone number, and cityProblem description - if applicable: name of the plant, when the problem began, history of watering, fertilizing, pruning, pesticides, etc.Photographs of the problem, if possibleDue to COVID our phone line is currently not operating. Please use email or online option above to contact us for help.Find Us On SocialFacebook - @AlamedaMGInstagram - @AlamedaMGYouTube - @AlamedaMG

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Beginning Vegetable GardeningMarch 18, 2023 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM,Contact: UC Master GardenersSponsor: UC Master Gardener Program of Alameda CountyDetails:This webinar on Zoom is for new gardeners, or gardeners new to growing vegetables. Alameda County Master Gardener David Blood will take you through the basics of growing vegetables and herbs successfully in our Mediterranean climate. From preparing your soil, to what to grow, to how to create a plan, to how to plant seeds and seedlings, to how to water, and how to deal with pests, this webinar will provide you with the basic knowledge you need to start your vegetable garden.Beginning Gardener Support Groups: After the webinar you will have an opportunity to join a small Zoom support group (up to 10 people per group), which will meet for 6 weeks to guide you as you implement what you learned.TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR:

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