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Master Gardener Course: Eight Basic Rules of Botany
Master Gardener Series - Soils
University of Arizona Master Gardeners ProgramA brief introduction to the UofA Master Gardener program
Maricopa County Master Gardeners - Vegetable Gardening 101Master Gardener teach people to select, place and care for plants in an environmentally responsible manner based on research specific to the low desert.
Plant Science: An Introduction to Botany | The Great CoursesWhen flowering plants appeared on Earth, they literally took over the planet. They remain the most dominant form of plant life on Earth, with the help of animals, which disperse and pollinate them. Be sure to stop and smell the roses, because the roses sure aren't stopping for us.
This video is episode 12 from the series Introduction to Plant Science: An Introduction to Botany, presented by Catherine Kleier.
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Table of Contents:
00:00 The Rapid Evolution of Flowers Confounds Botanists
02:55 Flowers Mysteriously Dominate Flora
04:23 Research Techniques Evolve to Clarify Ancient Flowers
07:30 Animal Dispersal and Pollination Top Flower Explosion
09:01 Helpful Mnemonic of Botanist Taxonomy
10:51 Latin Binomial Stems From Genus and Specific Epithet
12:50 Taxonomy and Systematics Help Evolve Botanics
14:06 Molecular Evidence Suggests Oldest Flowering Plant
16:48 Flower Anatomy Helps Categorize Plant Families
20:15 Monocots and Dicots Reveal Extraordinary Variation
23:46 Dicots Become Eudicots When Basal Angiosperm Separate
25:20 Shape, Color, and Inflorescence Classify Families
28:18 Male and Female Parts Are Prime Classification Factor
28:43 Flower Color About More than Reproduction
30:06 Flower Size and Smell Occasionally Work Together
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MG_Vegetable_Gardening_101_4-30-20This presentation was part of a class presented online by the Maricopa County Master Gardener Program. The speaker is Master Gardener Julie Knapp.
Gardening in Clay Soil - OSU Master GardenersOSU Master Gardener 10-Minute University™ presentation on gardening in clay soil with OSU Master Gardener Sherry Sheng. See more gardening videos at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZEzoOaZqnfoVPUYtXji6wgWSrpzS6l7b.
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GP Soil DemoGarden Professors Linda-Chalker Scott and John Porter find a great demo on soil structure and tillage at the National Association of County Ag Agents Conference courtesy of NRCS.
Gardening with Pacific Northwest Native Plants: An Ecological ApproachGardening with Pacific Northwest Native Plants: An Ecological Approach is a part of the OSU Master Naturalist & Tualatin SWCD Summer 2020 Webinar Series. In this webinar, we explore how you can incorporate native plants into your landscape. We discuss what makes a plant “native”, situate native plants in the context of native ecosystems, and how these ecosystems can be adopted into for the home garden.
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Pot Blunders with Robin RivetOC CRFG General Meeting for November 2020
For November we'll have Robin Rivet, a San Diego-based consulting horticulturist, ISA Certified Arborist, UCCE Master Gardener, and she writes a monthly column ‘Trees Please’ for the SD Horticultural Society.
Master Gardeners Pruning
How to identify your soil type | Grow at Home | RHSIf you want to grow healthy plants you have to understand the conditions you’re growing them in. If a plant isn’t suited to your garden’s conditions, it will fail to thrive. In this video we will show you how to identify the soil type in your garden so you can make better informed plant choices and improve your success as a gardener.
Find out more about Soil pH testing here: https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=239
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