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  1. Many varieties of tomatoes are tasted and judged in Fairfield County.

    Tomato Tasting Returns to Fairfield County

    Oct 3, 2018

    What a fun evening learning more about growing tomatoes as well as tasting tomatoes too! Over 50 participants joined the effort and we tasted 28 varieties of tomatoes.

    Stan Smith, OSU Extension Fairfield County, highlighted “10 Reasons Your Neighbor Can’t Grow Tomatoes” and Jerry Iles OSU Extension Educator offering insight into foliar disease of tomatoes.   Lots of good information was shared among our participants and Master Gardeners.

  2. An Evening Garden Affair with a focus on Agrability

    Hardin County’s Evening Garden Affair Attracts a Crowd

    Aug 15, 2018

    Have you ever considered how you might manage to continue to garden as you have more birthday’s? That was the focus of the Hardin County Master Gardener Volunteer’s 6th annual An Evening Garden Affair.

  3. Bellevue Hospital Community Garden row crops

    Huron MGVs Partner to Help Feed the Hungry

    May 21, 2018

    The year 2017 was another glorious time in the dirt at The Bellevue Hospital Community Garden, TBHCG.  (Some say soil, but, as Huron County Master Gardener Bob Beck is fond of saying "Gee, I don’t get soily.  I get dirty!")  The community garden is more than 100 x 100 feet and located on the grounds of The Bellevue Hospital.  The garden includes 18 (5’ x 10’) raised beds with traditional row crops in the low lands.  The harvested produce is cleaned, bagged, and delivered to two area food pantries - Fish and Loaves in Bellevue and The Side Door in Clyde.