University of Maryland Extension

Talbot County

Base Name: 
talbot-county

Newsletters

4-H Newsletters 2020 November 2020 September 2020 May 2020 March 2020 Update: Pub Spk Results 2020 January Shore Farming Newsletter (Agriculture) 2020-2021 Winter Newsletter 2019-2020 Winter Newsletter 2018-2019 Winter Newsletter 2017-2018 Winter Newsletter In the Garden 2021 January-March 2020...

Bay-Wise Program

"Better water quality through smarter gardening" Most Maryland residents live within a half-mile of a storm drain, stream or river. Most of those waterways eventually drain into the Chesapeake Bay. What we do to maintain our own landscapes can affect the health of our local waterways (drainage...

Become a MG

(Master Gardener Intern Class of 2013) How Do I Become a Master Gardener? You become a Master Gardener by successfully completing the Master Gardener 40-hour training program and then volunteering your time. An application to the program can be found here , as well as other documents for entering...

Weather Data - Talbot County

Historical data and tracking weather is an important tool for crop production. Below are charts and data for rainfall total from 1940 to 2009. Thank you to John Swaine, Jr and John Swaine III for sharing their data. Click on the links below Chart of Monthly rainfall totals Graphs of rainfall totals...

Pesticide Resources

Commercial Vegetable Production Recommendations Maryland EB 236 http://extension.umd.edu/news/2015-commercial-vegetable-production-recommendations-maryland-0 Also available in a new very interactive format at the Delaware Extension site at: http://ag.udel.edu/extension/vegprogram/publications.htm#...

Nutrient Management

Farm profitability requires careful balancing of inputs to production outputs. Nutrient management plans have been developed for most crop, poultry and livestock operations in Talbot County. Manure is applied to crop fields according to tested levels of nitrogen and phosphorus. Crops use these...

Agriculture

Agriculture is the number one land use for Talbot County encompassing 62% of Talbot County’s 172,227 acres. Farming is crucial to the economy of the County and to the way of life of its residents. The foundation of agriculture in Talbot County is grains and continues to rank in the top 5 counties...

4-H Youth Development

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