Monday, July 11, 2016

"The Good, the Bad, and the Bugly" - Troubleshooting Pests and Disease in the Garden

Having trouble in your garden this year? 

Are your leaves yellowing, speckled, riddled with holes?
                                                              Are your stems withering and rotting to the ground?
                      Do you see egg clusters on the underside of your kale or squash greens?
                                           Are your tomatoes here today and gone tomorrow?
Are you noticing a powdery substance on the leaves of your plants?
                       
                            Are there... Enough! Enough, we get it! 

There are a lot of issues we often face as organic gardeners.
But never fear! You are not alone!  


Join us this Thursday, July 14th from 6:30-8:00 pm for a Garden Problem Solving Workshop 
with the brilliant and beloved Stephanie Solomon! 

We will be addressing many common garden troubles such as problematic insects, wind, water, and soil-bourne diseases, and mineral and nutrient deficiencies.

Come with a list of some difficulties you have been experiencing this gardening season, and we will help to troubleshoot the cause and hopefully lead you toward a solution. 


Organic Gardeners Unite!  

Images thanks to: 
http://fortcollinsnursery.com/fcn-blog/the-best-gardeners-kill-the-most-plants/ and http://www.silhouettedesignstore.com/view-shape/39589

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