How do you continue growing delicious vegetables without harming the ecosystem they are a part of? The more time you spend in the garden, the more problems you may run into with pests and diseases.
Join us for a class where we will learn how to identify and respond to the problems that plague our garden plants in an environmentally responsible way. Along with prevention, clear step-by-step responses will prepare you to identify pests and diseases and select the most appropriate methods for dealing with them.
We will discuss the use of soil health, site selection, catch crops, companion plants and more to prepare you for a bountiful season this year!
Courtney is a professional in the agriculture and horticulture industry with experience in pest and disease management. From armyworm invasions to mummy berry disease, plant pathology has led to a closer relationship with the unseen worlds that affect our plants. She enjoys sharing this curiosity and experience with others and learning from those with their own experience.
Contact Ashley Clayton at 423-493-9155 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Please Note: Sometimes, we don’t make the ticket minimum, therefore, we have to reschedule the class or cancel. Please check your email and spam folder 48 hours before scheduled class to see if there has been a change. Thank you!
Refund Policy: Refunds can be requested up to 7 days before the start of a workshop for a full refund. To request a refund, please email Ashley Clayton at email@example.com. If you find that you can’t attend the workshop, but it is too late to request a refund, you are welcome to gift to the workshop to someone else.