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Kay Oakley, Mary Witt, and Robert L. Geneve

140 ORAL SESSION 39 (Abstr. 651–655) Computer Technology Applications in Extension Horticulture

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Ellen M. Bauske, Gary R. Bachman, Lucy Bradley, Karen Jeannette, Alison Stoven O’Connor, and Pamela J. Bennett

One of the greatest challenges for consumer horticulture specialists and extension agents is communicating effectively with their broad audiences. Even when narrowed to home and community food gardening, the target audience is immense. In 2008, 31

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Naomi Hirsch and Louise Ferguson

140 ORAL SESSION 39 (Abstr. 651–655) Computer Technology Applications in Extension Horticulture

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James McConnell and Mari Marutani

17 POSTER SESSION 1 (Abstr. 400-420A) Education/Extension

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Gary W. Knox and Glenn D. Israel

106 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 508–518) Teaching and Extension Methodology

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Eric T. Stafne

Since late Mar. 2020, many universities halted normal operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing faculty and other educators to use new, digital methods of educational delivery. Although extension uses many different techniques to educate

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James R. Ballington, Barclay Poling, and Kerry Olive

plants. In Virginia, Pattison and Wolf (2007) have evaluated protected culture for season extension and report that a 7.3 × 60.9 tobacco greenhouse or high tunnel planted a density of ≈10 plants/m 2 can yield 619 g/plant for an approximate 60-d period

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Pamela J. Bennett, Ellen M. Bauske, Alison Stoven O’Connor, Jean Reeder, Carol Busch, Heidi A. Kratsch, Elizabeth Leger, Angela O’Callaghan, Peter J. Nitzsche, and Jim Downer

extension staff and faculty to provide research-based gardening information to the public. The EMG training program has spread to all 50 states, the District of Columbia and four Canadian provinces ( National Master Gardener Committee, 2013 ). Today, most

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John M. Gerber

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Change is such an ingrained precept of extension doctrine that it rarely elicits a rebuttal. Yet, the change we generally agree upon is change by others—our clientele or target audience—not ourselves. This article is about change within a publicly supported institution, the Cooperative Extension Service.

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Laura A. Warner, Anil Kumar Chaudhary, and Sebastian Galindo-Gonzalez

irrigation practices and technologies in the residential landscape has been identified as an opportunity for water conservation, and therefore, people who use irrigation at home represent an important audience for the Cooperative Extension Service ( Warner et