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Hotline: (858) 822-6910 
June is bustin' out all over...!
And hopefully, your garden is too with flowers and edibles. 
What do Salsa, Pesto and
Ratatouille have in common? 
Now's the perfect time to plant their ingredients, including tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, eggplant, basil and many more warm-weather delicious edibles.  
Starting to Grow Your Own Food? 
Attend a FREE workshop on Starting to Grow Your Own Food. Learn How to Win the Battle Against Pests!  These workshops, which are intended for the general public, will be held at:

Fallbrook Branch Library
124 S. Mission Road, Fallbrook, CA 92028
 Saturday, July 8, 2017,
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm.


Crest Branch Library
105 Juanita Lane, El Cajon, CA 92021
Saturday, July 15, 2017, 10
:00 am - 11:30 am.
No registration is required and there will be a free garden gift to the first 50 attendees.   
Did you know that more than 60 Master Gardeners consult to school gardens around the county? For example, the pre-K class of deaf and hearing-impaired students at Whitman Elementary are growing (and eating) berries, lettuce, squash, grapes and more! And a Miramar Ranch Elementary class of 2nd graders just completed a two-week photosynthesis experiment using tomato plants. 
Aphids, the small, soft-bodied insects that suck out plant fluids, are prevalent now.

The leaves on my squash and pumpkins are covered with mildew - is this because I watered the leaves?
What can I do to protect my plants?

Master Gardeners Are Bountiful
at the San Diego County Fair

From our open-daily "Ask a Master Gardener" Booth, to the inspiring Autism Tree Project Foundation sponsored garden exhibit, to the June 24th Demo Event at 10AM on the Flower & Garden Show Stage, master gardeners are sharing their expertise throughout the Fair grounds. We hope you'll join us!




Master Gardener Association of San Diego County supports the University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Program of San Diego County.