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October 1 at Cottage Grove Backyard Membership


A canopy crop is a crop of crops grown primarily to profit the soil slightly than yield a crop. They’re typically used within the low season, after harvesting, and will develop over the winter. Cowl crops can assist enhance your soil fertility and may carry many enhancements to the well being of your backyard.

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On October 1st, Christina Bixel with the OSU Extension Grasp Gardeners will be part of the Cottage Grove Backyard Membership to speak about cowl crops. On this program, Christina will talk about how a small funding in a canopy crop can carry a myriad of advantages to your soil. She may even talk about the most effective varieties to develop, when to sow them, and completely different strategies to include these superb “inexperienced manure” crops into your backyard planning schedule.

Come be part of us and get an entire new perspective on cowl crops!

Christina has been an OSU Extension Grasp Gardener since 2012, with a specialty in plant diagnostics and extra coaching in composting. She is the previous president of the Lane County Grasp Gardeners Affiliation and gives lectures all through the county on a variety of subjects.

The Cottage Grove Backyard Membership is a neighborhood group with the mission of increasing our pursuits and constructing lifelong friendships whereas bettering our group and the surroundings by way of sustainable gardening practices.

Christina will current Cowl Crops Tuesday October 1, at Cottage Grove Backyard Membership, assembly on the First Presbyterian Church, 216 South third Avenue (enter off the backyard on third Avenue). The Backyard Membership’s casual enterprise assembly begins at 6PM and the presentation begins at 7PM. Friends and guests welcome.

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