CAYUGA CO., N.Y. — Master Gardeners HOTLINE Opens April 1st – No Fooling! Just as the robins return in the spring, so do Cayuga County Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Master Gardeners with their informational hotline. These volunteers are ready to help you with your home garden questions.
Do you have questions about soil, insect pests, deer resistant plants, ticks, vegetable varieties, and other gardening topics? Our Master Gardeners have completed Cornell’s basic horticulture training course and can provide reliable, research-based, unbiased information related to your concerns or questions about gardens. The goal is to help citizens have the best gardens possible using environmentally-sound gardening practices.
Master Garden Hotline is Open April 1-October 2019
10 am – 12 pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Call 315-255-1183 x228 (Messages can be left anytime)
Visit CCE Cayuga Extension office 248 Grant Avenue, Auburn to talk with a Master Gardener in person
Prefer Email? Send your question to firstname.lastname@example.org with Master Gardener in the Subject Line
Note: You are welcome to bring in soil samples, insect pests, plants or weeds during office hours (Mon-Fri 8-4). Samples will be held for Master Gardeners during their office hours.
Meet our Master Gardeners during Dickman Farms’ Va Va Bloom Garden Show on April 13-14.
–Cornell Cooperative Extension Cayuga County
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