Companion Planting and Garden Design
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About the Event
Companion Planting embraces several strategies that increase the biodiversity of agroecosystems. Plants,
like humans, are impacted by their proximity to others. They can help or hinder one another. In this
garden lecture find out which common herbs and vegetables grow better together and why? How to use
beneficial insects for pest management and what plants can harbor them. Crop rotation and successional
planting options for system designs. Activity included- Designing Your Garden.
SBFNH partnering with MCCD and NHTI Sustainable Agriculture Program
NHTI-Concord’s Community College Sustainable Agriculture Program
This workshop is free, but please RSVP so we know how many people to plan for. Supplies will cost extra.