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Vegetable Gardening Class Series

Clark County annual Vegetable gardening Class Series – 2020 (7pm-9pm)

Location: Community Building, Clark County 4-H Fair Grounds

The Clark County annual vegetable gardening class series dubbed “The After-Dinner Garden Conversation” is here again! Starting January to September 2020, we would have a series of 9 classes, one class per month on Thursdays from 7-9pm. There will be a fee of $20 for all 9 classes and $5 per class should you choose to participate in only some of the classes.

Below is the class schedule.

Date

Topic

January 16, 2020

Bringing nature's beauty to your home - Butterfly, bird and rose gardens

February 13, 2020

Getting ready for gardening: Planning, seed selection and seedling management

March 19, 2020

"Extending the garden season - how to start gardening early and end late"

April 16, 2020

Controlling garden pest without pesticides, a healthy way to grow vegetables

May 14, 2020

Applying Organic gardening concepts to the home garden - an environmentally friendly and healthy eating approach to gardening

June 11, 2020

Getting a bumper harvest of tomatoes in your garden not rocket science

July 16, 2020

From seedlings to fruits - The basics of Vegetables Agronomy for the Home Gardener

August 20, 2020

Space management in the home garden -the place of vertical gardens and towers

September 17

Affordable and fun Hydroponics for the home gardener

Clark County Extension is once again offering an opportunity to Gardening enthusiasts to refresh their knowledge and/or get to learn how to successfully raise vegetables in their community gardens and backyard gardens. This is also a great opportunity for experienced gardeners to come and share their knowledge and experiences with other Clark County gardeners.

The After-Dinner Garden Conversation as the name implies is going to do just that! We will combine conversations that share individual experiences with teaching in an interactive manner.

Registration is required to attend, as a minimum number is required for the program to come on. To register for these classes or if you have questions, please call the Clark County Extension office (812-256-4591) or email skafari@purdue.edu. Should you need a reasonable accommodation to participate, prior to the day of an event, please contact the Extension office.

Purdue is an equal access/equal opportunity University

Event Properties

Event Date 09-17-2020 7:00 pm
Event End Date 09-17-2020 9:00 pm

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