Garden Friends and Foes:
Managing Pests and Encouraging Beneficials in Your Garden
Saturday, August 13th, 10am – 12pm
Hammond Community Garden
4900 Bayne St. NE, Salem, OR
Located behind Hammond Elementary School
Drop in – No RSVP required.
About the event:
Many “critters” inhabit our gardens. Some are helpful to us and some just want to eat our plants. Come and learn about which is which, how to encourage the helpful visitors and how to manage the pests using environmentally friendly techniques.
About the host:
Gail Gredler teaches horticulture and pest management at Chemeketa Community College. She is also an avid home gardener, where she uses environmentally friendly techniques to keep pests from spoiling the harvest.
Upcoming for September:
Season Extension with Cold Frames
With local winter gardening enthusiast and small business owner Michael Taylor
Seed Saving: Continuing an Ancient Tradition, Host TBD.
For more information contact Ian Dixon-McDonald, Community Gardens Program Director
(503) 581-3855 x329, email@example.com
Friday, August 12, 2011
Image by dbzer0 via FlickrAnother great free gardening class from Marion-Polk Food Share: