They found two Desert Delight Nectarines, one Weeping Santa Rosa Plum, two donut peaches, two weeping mulberries, one Grenada Pom, a bunch of Ambrosia, Kashmir and Red Silk Poms. They also have four in one Plum, Pluot, Peaches, and Apricots. You can pick them up on Sat from 8 am till noon. The Research Center takes cash or personal check made out to the Board of Regents. No credit or debit cards are accepted. Hope to see you soon!
Do you have gently used 4-H uniform items laying around? Please consider donating them to another 4-H’er. Visit/like the Clark County 4-H Facebook page!
Cooperative Extension and the South Valley Rose Society are collaborating and offering educational meetings throughout the winter/spring. All meetings are free and open to the public. The February 27 meeting topic is: Soil, soil additives, fertilizers & irrigation offered by Frank J Rausher, Certified Horticulturist, Star Nursery.
What is the Las Vegas Valley soil and soil drainage like? Are soil nutrients available? If not, what soil additives and fertilizers can be added? Understanding Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium (NPK) functions and what the three corresponding numbers that are found on packages mean is important.
All of the details–times, location and future topics–can be found on Cooperative Extension’s website.
Clark County 4-H Roadrunner and Tumbleweed clubs assisted the Ronald McDonald House, along with other community volunteers, to collect over 40,000 pounds of food for their pantry! Great Work! If you are interested in the 4-H program, visit the Clark County 4-H Facebook page!