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Hay Bales and Worm Beds Workshop
January 16 @ 10:00 AM - 12:00 PMFree
Expand your gardening space, improve your soil and get worms to eat your garbage. Vegetable gardening with hay bales is a unique way to have a garden with limited space, or when soil is poor. Learn the methods of conditioning bales of hay for vegetable growing. Discover tricks to make a successful hay bale garden. A worm bed, or vermicomposting, is an interesting method of composting in small spaces. Learn how to make a vermicompost bin and some ways to keep your worms healthy and happy. Sign up today while space is available for the hay bales and worm beds workshop.
- How to maximize your gardening potential in a limited space
- How to compost in small spaces and improve your soil
- How to make a vermicomposting bin to keep worms healthy and happy
What: Haybales and Wormbeds
When: Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Where: Alabama A&M Agribition Center 4925 Moores Mill Rd., Huntsville, AL 35811
Allyson Shabel is a graduate of Mississippi State University with a BS in Ornamental Horticulture and is now working on her MS in Plant and Soil Sciences at AAMU. She worked at the Huntsville Botanical Gardens for 10 years as a horticulture specialist and has been with Alabama Cooperative Extension System as a Regional Agent for Home Grounds and Natural Resource Management since 2014 in Morgan and Lawrence Counties.
While the workshop is FREE seating is limited so register today at www.mginfo.org/workshops