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About the Program
The Horticulture Program offers answers to clients who seek information on home insect and rodent control; orchard, fruit and vegetable garden care; urban windbreak, landscape and lawn maintenance; horticultural related animal damage; soil improvement; and insect, disease and plant identification.

Wildlife Control Information Tree & Shrub Information
Ground Squirrels[BROKEN LINK]
Pocket Gophers[BROKEN LINK]
Voles[BROKEN LINK]
Voles in Montana [BROKEN LINK]More Wildlife Control Publications

What's Wrong With this Tree?[BROKEN LINK]
Pruning Deciduous Trees[BROKEN LINK]
Growing Spruce Trees in Montana[BROKEN LINK]
More Tree & Shrub Publications

Yard & Garden Publications Preserving 

Can I Grow that Here?[BROKEN LINK]
Planting A Successful Home Vegetable Garden[BROKEN LINK]
Successful Lawns[BROKEN LINK]
Soil Testing[BROKEN LINK]
More Yard and Garden Publications

Freezing Fruit[BROKEN LINK]
Freezing Vegetables[BROKEN LINK]
Home-Canning Pressures and Processing Times[BROKEN LINK]
More Health and Nutrition Publications

 

Interested in taking the Master Gardener Class?  

See the Master Gardener page or get their really helpful quarterly newsletters.

 

Identification & Diagnostic Services

Bring samples into the office for identification and diagnostics. If we are not able to identify or diagnose in the office we will submit the sample to the Schutter Diagnostic lab. A $3 fee will be assessed after the third sample is submitted to the lab by an individual.