Weeds: from foe to friend
Free

Weeds: from foe to friend

Date & time
Sun 14 Jun 2020
9:30am to 11:30am
Add to Calendar 2020-06-14 09:30 2020-06-14 11:30 Australia/Brisbane Weeds: from foe to friend Bookings essential. Learn how weeds can be a food source, how they help to diagnose soil problems or act as a useful ingredient in compost and fertilisers. Also learn how you can remove weeds naturally, without poisons.   This is a GOLD event suitable for seniors. Cox Park, 64 Richard Street, Lota
Age

Seniors

Cost

Free

Bookings essential. Learn how weeds can be a food source, how they help to diagnose soil problems or act as a useful ingredient in compost and fertilisers. Also learn how you can remove weeds naturally, without poisons.  

This is a GOLD event suitable for seniors.

Bookings

Bookings essential. To book email Bethania Street Gardens or phone Jenny on 0439 048 585. 

Requirements

All materials provided.

Meeting point

Meet at the garden shelter.

Venue

Cox Park, 64 Richard Street, Lota

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