Whether or not you were born with a green thumb and an eye for landscaping, today's technology can be a digital helping hand for all your garden needs. Do you need a reminder to water your tomatoes? Would you like help determining the pH of your soil? Is there an odd shrub in your yard that you can't identify? You are in luck because there is an app for that!
In this one-hour Home Gardeners School @Home Edition online course, Kenneth M. Karamichael, Director of the Office of Continuing Professional Education at Rutgers University, will demonstrate the latest tech tools for the home gardener. A monthly columnist covering Lifelong Learning in the Gardener News, Ken has decades of experience working in continuing education.
There are countless horticulture applications on the world wide web and you could spend hours searching the internet for help and advice that may or may not be accurate, but Ken has done the leg work for you. He has researched and put together a list of Ken's "top ten" garden apps to explore this spring and summer. Ken will give a description of what each application provides. He will detail the difference between the free and the paid versions and offer tips on how to utilize technology to advance your lifelong learning. Whether you need help identifying plants, designing your garden/containers, or troubleshooting common issues, the tools you need are right at your fingertips.
Join us for a virtual tour of innovative digital gardening tools and leave with a comprehensive list of apps that will help you make the most of your garden so you can grow beautiful flowers and nutritious fruits and vegetables this season and for years to come.
Note: Ken will present his "top ten" apps and share many other helpful applications within the digital resource packet provided to each student.