Our Horticulture agent is Brad Voss (charles.voss@ag.tamu.edu) and is a Texas A&M Commerce graduate.

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service provides education and outreach programs that address important horticultural issues, such as proper plant selection, water conservation, proper use of pesticides and fertilizer, diagnosis and management of plant disease, disorders and pests.  The Collin County Extension Horticulture program develops educational and outreach programs to meet the specific needs of the local community.

Master Gardeners Volunteers are citizens of the local community who not only taken an active interest in their own  lawns, trees, and gardens but also strive to promote sound horticultural practices in the community. Members receive invaluable training and continuing opportunities for education, then share their horticultural expertise through a wide variety of projects benefiting Collin County residents and organizations.

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