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Save the Date! Sat, June 1, 2024 | 9am - Noon | Clinton County Fairgrounds - Plant Sale.

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Let us help you get started with vegetable gardening!

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Find recommended varieties of vegetables that grow well in our area!

Link in the left sidebar.

Emerald Ash Borer

Emerald Ash Borer! Learn about this destructive insect. Link in the left sidebar.

What's eating your plants? We can help you find out, and suggest ways to control it!

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A soil pH test is a great first step to successful gardening.

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Archived North Country Gardener Newsletters - Link in left sidebar

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Can you identify some of these other winter houseplants? Link in the left sidebar.

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Learn skills and share what you know, as a volunteer in the CCE Master Gardener program.

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Save the Date!

Saturday, June 1, 2024 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm | Clinton County Fairgrounds

COME EARLY!!!!

CCE Clinton County Master Gardener Volunteer Plant Sale

Native & Perennial plants

Annuals

Vegetable and Herbs plants

Hope to see you in June!

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Cornell Cooperative Extension of Clinton County has a wealth of information available to homeowners on gardening, landscaping, lawn care, houseplants, wildlife, natural resources, insects, and much more. Whether you want to know how to grow a better tomato, how to attract birds and butterflies to your yard, or how to control grubs in the lawn, we will do our best to help you find research-based answers.


Gypsy Moth Caterpillars

"The gypsy moth is one of the most important forest pests in the Northeast. The caterpillars feed on leaves of forest, shade, ornamental and fruit trees, and shrubs. A single defoliation can kill some evergreens, but usually two or more defoliations are needed to kill hardwoods." - IDL, Cornell University

Click here to see Cornell's full Gypsy Moth PDF

Click here to visit Cornell University's Insect Diagnostic Laboratory's webpage





Vegetable Growing Chart

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Contact

Jolene Wallace
Horticulture Program Educator
jmw442@cornell.edu
(518) 561-7450

Last updated May 23, 2024