worms, composting, organic gardening, and nature


365 Days a Year of North Texas Edible Gardening
 Sign up Via http://www.txwormranch.com Date: January 14 and January 21, 2015
Time: 9 Am-Noon
Cost: $125 Includes 2 days of classes, class workbook, 10 lbs of worm castings and 1 gallon of Worm Wine
Class Limit:  20
Location: Texas Worm Ranch
2636 National Circle,
Garland, TX 75041

The North Texas Climate is both harsh and promising to the Edible Gardener. What works in most of the country, does not work in our microclimate, but other strategies can make a difference between garden success and failure.  My family eats something from our garden nearly 365 days a year and I would like to help you plan for that as well. This in depth class will help you succeed in providing fresh and healthy food to your family every day.

Class Topics:

  • Soil Health—the key to it all
  • Garden Ecosystems—Grow a Jungle or Die in the Desert?
  • Season by Season Planning
  • 10 Day Weather Forecast
  • Seasonal Extension
  • Pest Control
  • Fertilization and Foliar Feeding
  • Succession Planting
  • Companion Planting
  • Maximizing Space in a garden
  • Container Gardening
  • Indoor Growing
  • Strategic Meal Planning
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