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September 2020

Ecological Succession and Soil: Working with Nature (as Part of the Science of Edible Gardening series) – CANCELLED

September 26 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Kyneton, Victoria Kyneton, + Google Map
$100

Great soil is critical to successful gardening. Discover how soils are created and understand how ecosystems evolve over time. Bring along a soil sample for us to analyse together as we explore different soil types. Discuss how different soil types can impact your gardening, and how to improve your soil. Understand how nature manages soil and ecosystems, and learn to apply this knowledge to your garden. This may be through using weeds as soil indicators (avoid the need for expensive…

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October 2020

Edible Forest Gardening: Create Low Maintenance Foodscapes – CANCELLED

October 10 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Kyneton, Victoria Kyneton, + Google Map

Edible forest gardening is the ultimate in producing, food whilst keeping in harmony with nature. This workshop will give you an understanding of how to design and implement gardens, to mimic natural forest ecosystems. It is suited to anyone looking to grow a low maintenance, aesthetic landscape of any size or scale. Edible forest gardeners use the forest as an inspirational design tool. You can carefully design your outdoor space with similar structures and functions to a forest. Using productive…

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November 2020

Photosynthesis: Just add Water, Air and Sunlight (as part of The Science of Edible Gardening Series) -CANCELLED

November 14 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Kyneton, Victoria Kyneton, + Google Map
$100
Science of Edible Gardening Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis is the method by which plants use sunlight to convert water and air to sugar. It is an essential process that, in one way or another, supports all life on Earth. This workshop in the Science of Edible Gardening Series, looks at the three inputs into photosynthesis: Sunlight Water Air Explore how light changes throughout the year and how it may impact your garden. Most edible plants require full sun, but learn about a few that can cope with…

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