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These materials are used or adapted for use for Master Gardener Training in New York State.
  1. Garden Botany
  2. Soil and Fertilizers
  3. Introduction to Insects
  4. Introduction to Plant Diseases
  5. Diagnosing Plant Problems
  6. Woody Plant Materials
  7. Pruning
  8. Ecological Lawn Care
  9. Organic Gardening
  10. Vegetable Gardening
  11. Perennials
  12. Annuals
  13. Herbs
  14. Nuisance Wildlife Management
  15. Houseplants

Required additional resources to supplement this manual (available online):

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