Gardeners watering habits vary widely. One group gets busy in their non-garden life and allow their poor plants to sit dry and thirsty until they’re withered before they get water. Another sector pampers their plants by drowning them in too much water. With either extreme, you stress your plants.
Weakened plants are the first to fall prey to bugs and diseases and produce fewer blooms or vegetables.
Watering seems simple, but actually takes a little finesse to do properly. Start by identifying your soil type and measuring the actual amount of water your plants receive.
City Class Details:
Cost: $15 Residents, $25 Non-residents
- City Hall OR
- Walk-In registration available at the Urban Farming Institute
Learn more at the Urban Farming Institute.