CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal) - Why is it that you can water and water and water your lawn, but it still turns brown and dry? Ed Sourdiffe is a Master Gardener and today he's going to show us simple lawn care tips that can keep our lawns healthy and lush!
Master Gardeners are ready to help you with your gardening problems. Whether it is unusual insects infecting your favorite tree, brown leaves on plants, tomatoes with splits, acid soil, or compost that won't smoke, we can give you guidance in solving your gardening dilemma.
The Western Massachusetts Master Gardener Association is a non-profit organization. It is comprised of trained Master Gardeners who must graduate from a demanding study program and volunteer many hours of working with the public to receive a Master Gardener Certificate. Our program originated at the Cooperative Extension Service of the State University System. In 1989, the program ended at UMass due to funding problems, and a dedicated group of graduates organized and continued the program independent of the University.