Cover Crops and Garlic
Getting our garden beds ready for fall and early spring at the end of harvest helps to enhance our soil and our planning for the next
year. And getting your garlic in is part of that process! Pat Munts, local garden writer with 33 years of gardening experience in our area, will discuss different kinds of cover crops and why they are important, different kinds of garlic and other season extension practices to help you produce more throughout the year. First part lecture and second part practice garlic planting! Location WSU Extension Office @ 222 N. Havana.
If you choose the ticket price that includes garlic, you will receive 8 oz of Early Italian Purple organic soft neck garlic.
Early Italian Purple: The bulb is large and white-skinned with purple stripes and numerous small cloves. This vigorous plant is better adapted to summer heat than Italian Late. Widely grown around Gilroy, California, the "garlic capital" of the world.
222 N Havana
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