SOUTH BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Middlesex County’s office of Rutgers Cooperative Extension, wants you to take part in their upcoming online learning opportunities. The RU Ready 2 Garden webcast returns on Thursdays at 6:30 pm, from October 1 through November 19 with information presented by Rutgers Master Gardeners of Middlesex County and Extension Agriculture staff. In most cases the presentation will be 45 minutes with 15 for audience questioning.
You can register weekly for the RU Ready 2 Garden webcast by visiting tinyurl.com/midcomg . Some topics to be covered include Growing Season Extension, Putting the Garden to Bed, Growing Garlic, and Drying Herbs & Flowers.
For a full program schedule and registration links visit tinyurl.com/rcedates
Thursday, October 1 6:30 pm – Season Extension for Fall & Spring Gardens
Join Rutgers Agriculture Program Assistant and farmer, Brendon Pearsoll and Master Gardener Coordinator, Angela Monaghan as they discuss various strategies on growing vegetables at home during the cooler months. Topics will include variety selection, timing of planting and the use of low tunnels and cold frames. The presentation will be followed by a Q & A so bring your season extension questions!
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Taking advantage of these programs between growing seasons, gives you time to study gardening techniques and acquire the supplies needed to be successful. Why rush to brush up on gardening information during the growing season when you should be applying these skills in the garden.
RU Ready 2 Garden can also be a substitute for the postponed 2020 Rutgers Master Gardener class. For more information on the resumption of the Master Gardener class or to receive an invite to the webcasts e-mail email@example.com with “RU Ready” as the subject.
Or visit our online calendar and register for all webcasts or the topic of your choice
After a successful spring and summer season of RU Ready 2 Garden webcasts, featuring Rutgers University experts, the Extension office will now give their Master Gardeners a turn to share their knowledge and experience with this weekly hour-long stream.
–David Smela, Rutgers Cooperative Extension