Protecting, propagating and providing season extensions

What crop protection methods do you use in your garden?

Getting an early start to the season with hoops

Getting an early start to the season with hoops. Photo: Lou bull

When: Wednesday March 30th 2016, from 6:30pm, Thurgoona

Come to this gathering to share your ideas on how you:

  • protect your crops from various elements
  • use heating or housing to propagate seedlings
  • use netting for crop protecting and/or shading
  • use hot housing to extend seasons or grow plants from other climates

We will have the seed bank available.

We would love some help setting up the seeds and the room and then packing up at the end, so arriving at 6pm would be wonderful or stay just that bit longer at the end.

Please bring something to share over a cuppa if you can.

We meet at the National Environment Centre, TAFE NSW on the ‘hill site’ at 97 Ettamogah Road, Thurgoona (map).

Guests and non-members also welcome (we ask for a donation from non-members to help with our insurance costs).

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