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Penn State Extension Offers Garden Layout and Soil Fertility Webinar for Beginners and Homesteaders – Luv Saving Money

Penn State Extension Offers Garden Layout and Soil Fertility Webinar for Beginners and Homesteaders

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Thinking about starting a garden but just don’t know how to set it up? You want to try your hand at Homesteading but need some tips? Penn State Extension is offering a webinar that might interest you.

On March 14, 2024 from 6 – 8 pm EST Penn State is offering a webinar called “Living on a Few Acres: Soil Fertility and Garden Layout. This session is designed for the beginning producer or homesteader and for those looking to become more self-sufficient in producing a crop.

You might not realized different plants prefer different soils. You might now know that planting certain plants next to other plants can help or harm your plants. Participants will learn the basics of soil fertility, how to locate a good site for a garden or orchard, and how to set up a garden.

The “Living on a Few Acres” webinar series covers basic information on how to get started and provides resources with more advanced information for participants to continue pursuing goals or hobbies. Topics have included beekeeping, syrup making, vegetable gardening, tree and small fruit production, home food preservation, backyard greenhouses, and other homesteading topics.

If you’re interested in this webinar you need to register no later than March 14, 2024 before 8 pm to get the link. There is also a $5 registration fee. Registrants will also receive access to the recording.

For more information on this webinar and to register visit the Penn State Extension website: https://extension.psu.edu/living-on-a-few-acres-soil-fertility-and-garden-layout

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