Dirt Doctor workshops provide the secrets to growing a lot of food, in little space, for busy people, teaching you how to grow the soil that grows your garden.
Compost - Making the Most of Waste
Jan 26, 5:30-7:30pm
Learn techniques that use your food and garden waste to create biologically rich compost. Discover the links between compost, mulching and a healthy soil that can become more fertile season after season.
Soil - Transforming Grass into Garden
Feb 2, 5:30-7:30pm
Learn how to create productive and constantly improving garden beds using the soil you already have. Workshop includes discussion and demonstration of basic design, simple soil tests and easy double-dig methods.
Seedlings - Growing Healthy Plants from Seed
Feb 9, 5:30-7:30pm
Learn how to make your own seedling mix and the key steps to growing healthy, pest-resistant crops.
Weeds - Taking Out the Hard Work
Feb 16, 5:30-7:30pm
Learn when to weed, how to weed and why weeds are important for a productive garden. Discover how smart weed-management means less time in the garden.
Microbes - Bringing Life to Your Soil
Feb 23, 5:30-7:30pm
Learn why a healthy, living soil means less work for you and how to introduce beneficial microbes into your garden using compost and compost tea.
Held in an urban location with just 10 participants, these workshops allow for plenty of practical participation and the chance to have all your questions answered.
$40 per 2 hour workshop, or $150 for the complete series.
Book early to secure your place. Contact Pania at firstname.lastname@example.org / 021-848-417