Insects and other arthropods are parts of our living space both indoor and outdoor. Many of the insects we encounter can be considered beneficial while some are clearly pestiferous. Learn more about insects found in your homes, lawns and gardens: how to identify the bad guys, conserve the good ones and how to manage them in family-friendly ways.
The United States is the world’s leading producer and consumer of forest products and accounts for about one-fourth of the world’s production and consumption. The United States is also the world’s largest producer of softwood and hardwood lumber. iGrow is designed to keep foresters up to date on all of the latest information and regulations, including the ability to complete continuing education requirements.
Flowers, vegetables, trees, and lawns. SDSU Extension can help you learn how to improve your landscape, control weeds and insects, and bring the bounty of your garden to your family’s dinner table.
The SDSU Extension Master Gardener Program provides university training to volunteers to prepare them to serve their communities through horticulture extension activities. Volunteers answer questions, speak to local groups, assist with demonstration gardens, assist with youth projects, write newsletters or newspaper articles, and/or a wide variety of other projects that help to increase the horticulture knowledge of the public.
SDSU Extension seeks broad input on its programs from citizens and clients from across the state. Information represents discussions regarding programs and needs.