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Growing Nutritionally Rich Food in Your Backyard
Whether you have a small patio, a raised bed, or a large garden site with which to work, you can grow tasty, nutritionally rich food without the use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. Create the ultimate "local" food - vegetables, herbs and fruits that come from your own backyard! Learn how selecting the right plant varieties, applying organic fertilizers and using natural pest management methods can make a big difference in the quantity and quality of your harvest.
• Site Selection
• Containers, Raised Beds or Garden Plot
• Soil Fertility
• Plant Variety Selection
• Irrigation & Fertilization
• Pest Management
• Harvesting
• Preparing for Next Season's Harvest

Cost: $20
To Register Online Click HERE
Keyword: Growing

Contact:
Carole Lynn Simmons, 704-290-5258 or csimmons@spcc.edu