PCG Member Pressly Williams of Renfrow Farms will be joined by Jeff Rieves, Horticulturist & former NC Cooperative Extension agent will conduct A Cut Above: Pruning Fruit Trees.
PCG Member Pressly Williams of Renfrow Farms will be joined by Jeff Rieves, Horticulturist & former NC Cooperative Extension agent will conduct From the Windowsill to the Garden: Starting Plants from Seed.
PCG Member Kate Brun is hosting Aubrey Mast from North Carolina State University’s Plants for Human Health Institute for an Understanding Herbs workshop at her Lucky Leaf Gardens Education Pavilion.
PCG Member Nicole Burnette of Rogue Farms Urban Hydroponics is conducting a Hydroponics 101 Workshop at her South End Charlotte facility. Course covers Plant Physiology, Nutrients, Water Chemistry, System Construction & Mechanics, Propagation and more
If you are a farmer or gardener, your mailbox has started receiving its annual pilgrimage of seed catalogs. It can get more than a little confusing. Understanding these terms will help you make important decisions about the varieties of seeds you select and the seed companies you support.
When it comes to farming and gardening, it always pays to think ahead. Especially when it comes to your soil. Rather than applying fertilizers and other soil amendments your plants may or may not need, you should conduct a soil test to find out what you already have and what you need to create a healthier soil and a better return on your fertilizer investment.
Did you know that 95 % of the insects in your garden are NOT pests? Yes that includes spiders, wasps, and carpenter bees. Discover what they do and how they benefit your garden. PCG Member Mary Roberts will be conducting a class called Pollinators & Pests: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly at her Windcrest Farm.
When to plant is as important as how to plant and what to plant. Part of the Family Food Garden Class Series, this class will cover you how to plan your garden for healthier plants, more food, and more fun. Growing your own food is easy, it doesn’t have to take up a lot of space, and it can save you money.