Lafayette County Learn Gardeners announce the 2nd in its sequence of spring gardening lectures.
On Thursday, April 3, at noon in the auditorium of the community library on Bramlett Boulevard, Gladne Harris of Harris Spouse and children Farms will communicate on natural gardening.
Harris is a charter member of the Lafayette County Grasp Gardeners and has in excess of 35 many years of organic gardening working experience. She and her husband individual and work Harris Spouse and children Farms, a Qualified Normally Developed farm.
The farm grows seeds and garlic for a US-dependent seed enterprise. They also provide organic and natural seeds, garlic, and non-GMO plant begins calendar year-spherical at the Oxford Community Marketplace just about every Tuesday afternoon.
Harris’s presentation will aim on the rules of organic and natural gardening. She will offer insights from her lots of several years of working experience in this area. Her presentation will have a thing for the starting gardener as effectively as individuals with years of experience.
Some of the subjects she’ll go over will be fantastic soil preparing and management, watering and dampness management, eco-pleasant pest regulate and lots of some others.
The presentation is open up to the public with no admission cost.
For more information about the Lafayette County Master Gardeners Affiliation, pay a visit to their web-site at www.lcmga.org or stick to us on Fb.
To routine a dwelling landscape session, connect with the Lafayette County Extention Office environment at 662-234-4451.
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