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Compost: The Key to Healthy Gardens - 174GAR251
Soil of poor quality or even toxic soils are the unfortunate starting points for many gardeners. The solution is compost. It provides a clean, safe medium for growing food, and supplies the micro-nutrients that plants require to overcome diseases and pests. Learn three methods of composting that will improve soil fertility and structure: hot composting,
(Japanese fermented composting), and sheet mulching.
10:00am - 12:00pm
, Watson Room 102
Member : $39.00
Non-Member : $45.00
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