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MAKING AND UNDERSTANDING COMPOSTS AND COMPOST TEAS

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Instructor: Harry MacCormack is owner/operator of Sunbow Farm and has written and lectured internationally on these topics. He has extensive experience in making the products he uses. This popular workshop is a practical and hands-on introduction to the complexities of the Soil Food Web paradigm. Science for non-scientists, our approach leaves you with basic information and techniques. Essential information for gardeners or farmers.

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When Apr 14, 2013
from 10:00 am to 03:00 pm
Where Corvallis, OR
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Instructor: Harry MacCormack is owner/operator of Sunbow Farm and has written and lectured internationally on these topics. He has extensive experience in making the products he uses.

This popular workshop is a practical and hands-on introduction to the complexities of the Soil Food Web paradigm. Science for non-scientists, our approach leaves you with basic information and techniques. Essential information for gardeners or farmers.

Workshop Focuses:

  • Understanding the microherd and how it works for you
  • Understanding all the processes involved in producing "good compost"
  • Making composts in various conditions of climate
  • Making compost teas and extracts; brewers, foods, formulas, etc.
  • Strategies for fertilization, disease protection, fungal control etc.
  • Testing: when to do it, where to send it 

$30/pre register, bring lunch.

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