Washington County Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service
Master Gardeners Washington County, OK
Actual website link: (http://oces.okstate.edu/washington/mg )
Washington County Oklahoma Master Gardeners keep Extension Office hours from 9:00 a.m. to Noon, Mondays and Fridays from March 1 through September. They respond to email nearly every day of the year (click on address below). Response to local urban gardening questions is their focus.
Announcements about events and activities.
Fall webworms and bagworms are two different insect problems that impact trees. Both are currently prevalent in Washington County, OK.
Plant roots submerged in water, either from standing water or poor soil drainage, will become highly stressed due to lack of oxygen to the roots. Some will die. Read more....
Quick overview of coming presentations or activities within the community
e-Pest Alerts provide current information on pests that are active at the time and recommended actions to take. History is also provided to help predict what pests to expect during each season.
Pest and problems to watch for during June and July as well as interesting references to pictures and facts.
Provides a task list by month; information about local gardening concerns and similar information. Current Posting: Lawn tasks or needs during the winter months of November through February as well as interesting references to pictures and facts.
These links provide information to help you have more successful gardening experiences.
Weekly horticulture news articles are written by the Washington County Oklahoma Extension Director and printed in the Bartlesville Examiner Enterprise newspaper. More articles will be added weekly.