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MGFKC Newsletter – The Foundation Connection

Read all about what’s of interest in the September 2017 issue!

  • Renton Farmers Market & Fairwood Library Clinics by MG Marty Byrne
  • A’Key Grant 2017 Winner: Skagit County MGs by MG Bob Connor
  • MG Gordon Polson: Gardening My Way from England to America
  • Master Gardener Picnic by MG Gary Scheider
  • BDG Harvest Festival
  • MGF Fall Sale & Speakers
  • Miller Library: Cool Season Gardener by Bill Thorness
  • News Shoots: KCMG Applications, Outstanding MGs Nominations, Orchard Festival
  • What’s Happening News & Updates

more

This newsletter is sent monthly to King County Master Gardeners. Look for it in your email. Miss a past issue? Find it here.

Heads UP!

Heads UP KCMG Diagnostics Lab newsletter

Newsletter of the Master Gardener King County Diagnostic Lab

Read in the September-October issue:

  • Keep Your Fingers Crossed: Tomato Late Blight
  • Early Leaf Drop
  • Digging in the Data
  • Dahlias
  • Captain Cleanup
  • Blossom End Rot,Lily Fasciation
  • Pear Trellis Rust
  • Powdery Mildew Images
  • Twigga Mortis? Heat Fatigue

This newsletter is sent monthly to King County Master Gardeners during the active garden months from March to October. Look for the current issue in your email.

Miss a past issue? Find it here.

Seeds for Thought

Seeds for Thought

August 2017 Newsletter from the Master Gardener Foundation of Washington State.

Read in this issue:

    • Message from Kathleen La Francis Easton, MGFWS President
    • Biodegradable Mulching by MG Mark Amara
    • Garden in a Box in Spokane County by MG Scott Weybright
    • Can You Dig It? 2017 Advanced Education Conference in Yakima

 

Find past Seeds for Thought newsletters at http://mgfws.org/NewsLetters.aspx.

Propagation Notes

Dividing dahlia tubers

Photo Credit: F D Richards

 

 

Spring is a good time to divide established plants, and many herbaceous perennials need to be divided every few years anyway to stay healthy.

Plan to dig on a cool morning, preferably one with cloud cover – not too hard around here. 

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