Description

Get acquainted with the wonderful world of living soil and grow heatlhy food.

Soil microbes are essential to healthy soil , which is essential to healthy plants, leading to a healthier diet and environment.

Learn the difference between bacteria, fungi, protozoa and nematodes, and discover how they look like under the microscope.

That’s right, we will have microscopes available to help you understand how microbes work to retain soil’s moisture, cycle nutrients and enhance resistance to pests and disease.

We’ll explore how you can easily attract these little things to your garden and grow more nutrient-dense veggies.

This event is funded by a Town of Victoria Park Community Grant.

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A15

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