Master Gardener Volunteer Training OrientationSlide 3
Core ManualSlide 4
Core Manual SupplementSlide 5
Mission The MSU Master Gardener Volunteer Program prepares and facilitates volunteers to impart planting aptitudes and data to Michigan natives.Slide 6
Their insight and abilities, identified with fundamental plant science and home cultivating, empower these volunteers to enhance the personal satisfaction in their groups - by expanding individuals\' thankfulness for and utilization of plants and by giving them direction on developing plants utilizing ecologically solid practices.Slide 7
Program Objectives To give guideline in essential cultivation science to propelled, dynamic planters. To give MSU Extension prepared volunteers who will give auspicious, exact data to people in general in the quickly growing zone of home cultivation.Slide 8
Certification - Two Parts! Through Educational Training in a classroom setting. Through Volunteering with MSUE in your group.Slide 9
Educational Training Rigorous center preparing keeps going 13 weeks and is included the accompanying classes:Slide 10
Introduction to Plant Science Plant arrangement Basic plant parts and capacities Growth and advancement of a Plant engenderingSlide 11
Soils for Plant Growth Define soil Physical properties of soil Essential plant supplements and administration of these supplements Environmental ramifications of soil administration honesSlide 12
Lawn Care Selection and foundation Cultural practices Turfgrass bother issues and strategies for controlSlide 13
Tree Fruit Culture Tree organic product for Michigan Factors to consider in arranging a home plantation Knowledge of essential vermin and ailmentsSlide 14
Small Fruit Culture Growing necessities Pruning prerequisites Cultural qualities Pests and IPM proceduresSlide 15
Flower Gardening Perennials, annuals, biennials, knobs Site choice Soil planning Cultural administrationSlide 16
Household Pests Identify home-attacking irritations Pest of individuals & pets Control techniquesSlide 17
Plant Health Care Insect recognizable proof Disease triangle What is a pesticide Alternatives to pesticidesSlide 18
Vegetable Culture Soil readiness Weed control Warm & cool season crops Fertilizer sorts & utilizesSlide 19
Woody Ornamentals Selection criteria for trees and bushes Pruning systems Weed administration Major issuesSlide 20
Indoor Plants Light levels Proper compartments Growing mediums #1 enemy of houseplantsSlide 21
Educational Requirements Pass week by week bring home task with a total normal of 70% or better. Bring home last test of the year score of 80% or better Attendance at all class sessions unless different courses of action are made.Slide 22
Volunteer Requirement Provide 40 hours of agriculture related support of your group. Must be instructive for others. Can not be paid for administration.Slide 23
Volunteering Minimum 20 hours of volunteer administration to MSU; the Gardens, the State Master Gardener Office and other cultivation ventures. Rest of 20 hours to undertakings whose goal is to increment green related learning in others in your group.Slide 24
Additionally… Because Master Gardener Volunteers frequently work with kids and hindered grown-ups as a major aspect of their volunteer exercises, you are requested that give your standardized savings number or drivers permit number permitting MSU to check any criminal history with the Michigan State Police.Slide 25
Master Gardener VolunteersSlide 26
I-75 Rest AreaSlide 27
Labor Day 2001Slide 28
Instructing Junior Master GardenersSlide 29
Community Garden ProjectSlide 30
Monet GardenSlide 31
Staff Master Gardener BoothSlide 32
Helping Youth to GrowSlide 33
Composting DemonstrationSlide 34
Public Parks and GardensSlide 35
Garden Fairy ResearchSlide 36
Certification Complete 13 Week Educational Training Complete 40 Volunteer Hours inside 12 months Recertification required yearlySlide 37
Annual Recertification Fifteen (15) hours of volunteering administration Five (5) proceeding with training creditsSlide 38
Check out our sites: http://web1.msue.msu.edu/mastergardener www.mastergardenershoppingmall.comSlide 39
Michigan State University Extension projects and materials are interested in all without respect to race, shading, national starting point, sex, religion, age inability, political convictions, sexual introduction, conjugal status, or family status. Issued in assistance of MSU Extension work in agribusiness and home financial aspects, demonstrations of May 8, and June 30, 1914 in participation with the US Department of Agriculture. MSU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution.
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