UC Master Gardener Program
UC Master Gardener Program
UC Master Gardener Program
University of California
UC Master Gardener Program

Success in the Vegetable Garden: Six-Week Course - San Jose

Date: March 21, 2018

Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Contact: Guadalupe River Park Conservancy

Sponsor: UC Master Gardeners of Santa Clara County

Location: Guadalupe River Park

Event Details

Tomato Fest, Karen Schaffer
How to Grow More, Work Less, and Reduce Your Environmental Impact

A productive vegetable garden can provide delicious produce year-round, without being a full-time job! Join the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy in partnership with UC Master Gardener Dee Brown for an exciting six-week series about sustainable vegetable gardening! Learn how to get the most vegetables by applying science-based gardening methods that minimize environmental impacts. Classes cover working with different soil types; providing the right amount of water, fertilizer, and sun; taking care of seeds and seedlings; managing pests, diseases and weeds; and advice on growing specific vegetables and on container gardening.

This is a six-week class meeting on Wednesdays March 21, March 28, April 4, April 11, April 18, and April 25. Cost is $75 ($60 for Guadalupe River Park Conservancy members). Register with the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy.

Registration closes March 14.

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