Gardening Jobs for May
Autumn is a great time to get out in the garden. The weather has cooled enough for some vigorous digging, weeding and harvesting the last of summer’s bounty, and new season veg can be established. You should have already planted your garlic by now but there’s still time to get your broccoli, kale, broad beans, onions and snow peas in.
Prevent damage to young seedlings from cutworm by placing milk cartons with the bottom cut out around them. For a snail and slug deterrant use copper tape, coffee grounds or sawdust sprinkled around young plants.
In this 1 and half hour workshop you will learn about:
- how to make hot compost
- beneficial microbial teas
- worm farming
- anaerobic biodigesters
Bookings are strictly limited register here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/compost-workshop-tickets-152810027907