Master Gardener Program

■ idaho master gardener

Introduction and Policies

1

Basic Botany

2

I.

University of Idaho Extension

2

I.

Divisions of Plant Sciences

2

II.

Purpose

3

II.

Divisions of Botany

2

III.

Volunteer Commitment

3

III.

Plant Classification

2

IV.

Trade-Related Professionals

3

A. Plant Groups and Sub-Groups

2

V.

Certification and Recertification

3

B. Family

2

VI.

Use of Title

3

C. Genus

3

VII.

Position Description/Application

4

D. Species

3

VIII.

Fees

4

E. Variety, Cultivar, and Hybrid

3

IX.

Training Dates and Locations

4

F. Nomenclature

3

X.

College Credit

4

IV.

Plant Classification According

XI.

Impact and Accountability

4

to Life Cycle

3

XII.

Liability Insurance

4

A. Annuals

4

XIII.

Workers' Compensation Insurance

4

B. Biennials

4

XIV.

Information Is Important

5

C. Perennials

4

XV.

Recommendations

5

V.

Plant Parts and Their Functions

4

XVI.

Volunteer Service Opportunities

5

A. Vegetative Parts

4

XVII.

Volunteer Guidelines

6

B. Sexual Reproductive Parts

10

XVIII. Termination of Volunteer Services

6

C. How Plants Grow

14

XIX.

Master Gardeners in Other

Further Reading

16

Counties, States, and Countries

6

XX.

Volunteer Benefits

6

XXI.

You Are Important

7

References

7

Position Description

8

Application

9

Opportunity Contract

11

Volunteer Activity Record

13

Tax Records for Volunteer Services

14

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