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Cooperative Extension's mission is to stimulate learning through exploration and discovery, and to enhance agriculture, the environment, our natural resource base, family and youth well-being and the development of local communities. We accomplish this mission by the integration, dissemination, and application of knowledge in agricultural and life science.

Yuma County - Yuma
2200 W 28th St Suite 102
Yuma AZ 85364-6936
Phone: 928-726-3904
Fax: 928-726-8472

Cooperative Extension's mission is to stimulate learning through exploration and discovery, and to enhance agriculture, the environment, our natural resource base, family and youth well-being and the development of local communities. We accomplish this mission by the integration, dissemination, and application of knowledge in agricultural and life science.

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After many years of trying, we finally have Sand Verbena (Arbonia villosa) growing in the Moody Garden. It popped up in a odd location, so we are hoping it will spread to different areas of the garden too.

The Robert J. Moody Garden | A new photo has been shared | 6 days 4 hours ago

I've been showing blossoms from some of our desert plants, which also means that our Date Palm is blooming too. I've never gone through the process of having to manually pollinate a Date Palm before, so this is my first effort. Thanks to Tony Tellez at the Yuma Mesa Ag center for supplying the Date pollen. I'll keep you posted on how successful I was.

The Robert J. Moody Garden | A new photo has been shared | 2 weeks 4 days ago

Say goodbye to the Field to Feast garden at the Yuma Ag center. It has to be plowed up next week. Now it's time to get more seeds for next year and start working on next year's plot plan. So if anyone out there has a good seed connection, please let me know so I can try out new things next year. Each year I strive to make it a better, and new and different seeds are always welcome. A special thanks goes out to the Master Gardeners, the Yuma Ag Center, Paula Rivadeneira, Kelly at the Yuma Visitor's Bureau and all of the Agriculture companies that gave me so much support.

Yuma County Urban Horticulture | A new photo has been shared | 3 weeks 4 days ago

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