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Growing Young Gardeners

Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteers in Buncombe County Show Us How Hands-on gardening experiences in childhood can cultivate a life-long appreciation …

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Helping Neighbors Grow and Thrive

Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteers in Chatham County Show Us How Chatham County is a rapidly growing community. Over the past decade, …

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Making STEM Come Alive

Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteers in Wilson County Show Us How Extension Master Gardener volunteers at the Wilson Botanical Gardens have created …

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EMG Program 2019 Annual Report

In 2019, 3,315 Master Gardener℠ volunteers: Directly reached 370,338 North Carolinians; Volunteered 229,687 hours, equivalent to 110 full-time positions; Provided volunteer service time …

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S-metolachlor EC contact injury to young rose foliage.

Shoot Inhibitors

This factsheet describes the symptoms of a shoot inhibitor herbicide injury.

Casoron overdose injury symptoms on apple.

Cellulose Inhibitor, Dichlobenil

This factsheet describes the symptoms of a dichlobenil herbicide injury.

Knockout rose chlorosis caused by imazapyr spray drift.

Acetolactate Synthase (ALS) Inhibitors

This factsheet describes the symptoms of an ALS inhibitor herbicide injury.

Flumioxazin spray drift on knockout rose one week after treatmen

Protoporphyrinogen Oxidase (PPO) Inhibitors

This factsheet describes the symptoms of a protoporphyrinogen oxidase inhibitor herbicide injury.

Metribuzin drift on Knockout rose five days after treatment.

Metribuzin

This factsheet describes the symptoms of a metribuzin herbicide injury.

Knockout rose tender young foliage is damaged

Cellulose Inhibitors, Indaziflam, and Isoxaben

This factsheet describes the symptoms of cellulose-inhibiting herbicide injuries.