University of Maryland Extension

Wicomico County

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wicomico-county

Commerical Horticulture

Horticulture is the science of growing plants which include fruits, vegetables, flowers, lawns, or ornamentals. Generally, horticulture is seperated into commercial and residential horticulture (includes backyard gardening - visit https://extension.umd.edu/wicomico-county/gardening for backyard and...

Integrated Pest Management

IPMnet is an on-line resource for commercial ornamental plant production and maintenance with an emphasis on using an integrated pest management approach. Visit IPMnet

Grow It Eat It

Backyard Vegetable Garden Workshop April 16,23,30, 2014 from 1-3p.m. Ocean Pines Library Cost is $15.00 fro all 3 classes Call 410-651-135- to register or http://www.eventbrite.com/e/grow-it-eat-it-tickets-10721045937. Registration closes April 9, 2014 The Grow It Eat It mission is to Help...

Home Gardening

All home horticulture and pest management questions directed to University of Maryland Extension are answered by our staff of Certified Professional Horticulturists at the Home and Garden Information Center (HGIC). This state-wide resource will provide you with free information and consultation...

Delmarva Gardens

Hosted by Ginny Rosenkranz, UME commercial horticulture extension educator with the University of Maryland Extension, Delmarva Gardens is a monthly local TV show that answers home gardening questions for residents of the Lower Shore. Episodes air Saturdays at 9:00 am on Public Access Channel 14 in...

Master Gardener

MASTER GARDENER CLASS REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR FALL 2020 Click here . Our Vision We envision a healthier world through environmental stewardship. Our Mission We support the University of Maryland Extension (UME) mission by educating residents about safe, effective and sustainable horticultural...

Health & Wellness

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is a challenge in our busy world. The University of Maryland Extension offers community outreach programs that help youth, individuals, and families make informed decisions about their health, housing and overall well-being. University of Maryland Extension Educators...

Environment & Natural Resources

Linking Agriculture, Natural Resources, and the Environment Farming’s impacts on natural resources and the environment are getting more and more attention these days—nowhere more so than here in Maryland, where the Chesapeake Bay is so important for commercial, recreational, and symbolic purposes...

Water & the Chesapeake Bay

Improving water quality through stormwater management and watershed restoration techniques Contact your Watershed Restoration Specialist for more information: Jennifer Dindinger Watershed Restoration Specialist UMD Sea Grant Extension Program Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico, Worcester Counties (ph)...

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