This program seeks to set the record straight on many gardening myths.
Friday, October 26, at 10 a.m. in the Large Auditorium
Seize the moment! Autumn is the season to gather materials for composting. Leaves are one of the most valued compost materials because they are carbon-rich and small enough to be easily incorporated into the compost. Join us as Master Gardner Charlene Chaband gives us tips on making the most of autumn's offerings. The simple practices you learn will keep you in steady supply of compost all year. By starting now, you'll have finished compost for early spring gardening.
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