"We owe our existence to a 6-inch layer of topsoil and the fact that it rains."
Health soil is the foundation of a productive, thriving garden. Did you know fall is the perfect time to improve soil fertility for next year's harvest and that well-planned soil management increases drought resiliency, reduces weed pressure and sequesters carbon?
In this low-cost class, you'll learn how to improve soil health in your vegetable beds to absorb and maintain water while improving drainage.
Learn how low-till gardening techniques provide optimal conditions for enhancing and sustaining biotic life in the soil, making essential nutrients more biologically available. Cover crops will also be discussed; why they are important, which to use for your particular needs and how to deal with them once they're grown.