Desert Institute of Gardening: Fall Vegetable Gardening

September 14, 2017
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You ​can ​grow ​fresh ​produce ​in ​your ​garden ​in ​the ​low ​desert ​year-round. ​In ​fact, ​the ​cool ​season ​is ​one ​of ​our ​best ​growing ​times. ​The ​Fall ​Vegetable ​Gardening ​class, ​taught ​by ​Master ​Gardener ​Pam ​Perry, ​will ​demonstrate ​the ​advanced ​techniques ​of ​how ​to ​set ​up ​your ​plot, ​get ​the ​best ​soil ​and ​watering ​systems, ​and ​how ​to ​cultivate ​your ​own ​vegetables ​for ​the ​season. ​This ​class ​takes ​you ​beyond ​the ​basics ​taught ​in ​our ​Intro ​to ​Vegetable ​Gardening ​class ​last ​week. 

Learning ​Objectives: ​ ​ 
Ensure ​your ​vegetable ​garden ​has ​what ​it ​takes ​to ​produce ​loads ​of ​fresh ​produce ​each ​season ​by ​learning ​how ​to: 
1. Select ​the ​best ​location ​for ​your ​veggie ​garden 
2. Enrich ​the ​soil ​foundation ​for ​healthy ​plants ​ 
3. Feed/fertilize ​your ​garden 
4. Irrigate, ​how ​much ​and ​how ​often 
5. Select ​and ​plant ​the ​best ​varieties ​for ​the ​desert 
6. Understand ​the ​12-month ​gardening ​calendar ​for ​the ​low ​desert 
 

Date: September 14, 2017 6:00 PM-8:00 PM

Location: Maricopa County Cooperative Extension | 4341 E. Broadway Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85040

Admission: $20

Event website: regonline.com

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4341 E. Broadway Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85040

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