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Facebook – Lubbock AgriLife Extension Horticulture
Facebook – Hub City Horticulture
A monthly podcast about all things horticulture in Lubbock, TX. Tune in for some plant nerd fun with Texas A&M AgriLife County Extension Horticulture Agent, Christina Reid, and her expert friends!
03/21/2021 Episode 0 – Hub City Horticulture Intro (Facebook Link)
Hello and welcome to the Hub City Horticulture podcast! A monthly podcast about all things horticulture in Lubbock, Texas
04/01/2021 Episode 1 – Growing Together Texas (BUZZSPROUT LINK)
Guest Dr. Jessica Tullar Caroon
- Issue 3 January 2019 PDF
- Issue 4 February 2019 PDF
- Issue 5 March 2019 PDF
- Issue 6 April 2019 PDF
- Issue 7 May 2019 PDF
- Issue 8 June 2019 PDF
- Issue 9 Sept 2019 PDF
- Issue 10 Oct 2019 PDF
- Lubbock TX Planting Calendar PDF
- Garden Planting Guide: March PDF
- Dealing with Freeze Damage on Plants PDF
- Garden Planting Guide: February PDF
- CURRENT PEST ISSUES…2019
- Elm Leaf Beetle PDF – 9/2019
- Fall Vegetable Gardening Guide EHT-056 PDF – added 8-12-19
- 2019 Master Gardener Class – Applications and fee due to CEO by January 31, 2019.
- Growing Tomatoes Successfully on the Texas High Plains PDF
- Oak Wilt PDF
- → Plant of the Day
- Should I Run my Sprinklers PDF
- Wildflower Meadow PDF
- Texas Olives PDF
- Good Bug, Bad Bug PDF
- Trusty Fall Favorites PDF
- Fall Color PDF
- Aggie Horticulture Easy Gardening Series
- Aggie Horticulture Crown Jewel of the Aggie Horticulture Network; the largest information server containing files related to teaching, research, extension and public service.
- Lubbock Horticulture Website
- Lubbock Master Gardeners Website
- Lubbock Master Gardeners in the News
- Smarty plants: Researcher says plant ‘remembers,’ adapts to survive
- Master gardeners adapting to drought conditions
- Gardening experts give tips to attract birds, butterflys during water restriction
- Where grass fades, weeds flourish
- Raining Roses – (After you click on link..scroll down, it is the second article.)
- Amending your soil to grow healthier plants
- Garden is a learning experience for Dunbar students
Soil Testing – Go Here First – Website Soil Testing Form and Sending Samples
www.txsmartscape.com SmartScape utilizes xeriscape principals native and adapted plants and trees to create landscapes that need less water, pesticides, and fetilizer. Information on over 200 plants, shrubs and trees that thrive in North Central Texas.
www.texassuperstar.com Lubbock is Zone 7a. Plants for Zone 8 & 9 will grow in Lubbock, however, they may not over winter.
http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/extension/xeriscape/xeriscape.html Outstanding landscape plants for Texas Xeriscapes.