University of Maryland Extension

Organic Vegetable Seed Starting and Indoor Worm Bins

Organic Vegetable Seed Starting and Indoor Worm Bins
Wednesday, Mar. 2, 2016 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Cylburn Arboretum Greenhouse Classroom
University of MD Extension
4915 Greenspring Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209
United States

Are you a DIYer and like clean living?
Then this is the series for you.

6:30-8:30 pm @ Cylburn Arboretum Greenhouse Classroom (4915 Greenspring Ave, Baltimore, MD 21209)

Save money by starting your own vegetable seeds indoors and by creating your own compost with the help of an indoor worm factory. For the first part of this workshop, we will discuss how to choose high quality input materials for your garden, show you how to start different seeds, discuss how to care for young seedlings and prepare them for your outdoor garden, and make suggestions for hearty vegetable cultivars for this region. During the second part of the workshop, we will be teaching about vermicomposting (the use of worms to create compost) and showing you how you this method of creating “black gold” can be easily incorporated into your urban homestead.

Offered by University of Maryland Extension Baltimore County. The University of Maryland Extension is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Equal Access Programs

For more information or disability accommodations, please call 410-887-8090.

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$15 per Lecture
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