Home Hydroponics Workshop Monday June 26

Home Hydroponics Workshop

Brian Kailey from CSU Extension in Logan County will be covering everything you need to know to try hydroponics at home, Topics include seed selection, site location, grow lights, fertilizers, pest management, planting, growing and harvest.

When: Monday, June 26 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where: CSU Extension office, 701 Court St. Suite C
Cost: $10 per person or $15 for couples sharing materials
Registration: Due by Friday, June 23. Pay with cash or check at the CSU Extension office, or pay online with a credit or debit card at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/home-hydroponics-workshop-2017-tickets-34984051239

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List of seeds in catalog

Following is a partial list of seeds that are now in the catalog, and ready to be checked out!

Easy saving:


 Poppy Mallow
 Sweet Pea
 Rocky Mtn. Penstemon
 Great Horned Poppy
 Rocky Mtn. Bee Plant
 Dill
 Yellow Cherry Tomato
 Cherokee Purple Tomato
 Mexican Midget Tomato
 Aurora tomato
 Mt. Roma tomato
 Prairie Fire tomato
 Rouge Red tomato
 Beefmaster tomato
 Warren’s Cherry tomato
 Pepper – Hungarian Hot WAx

Advanced saving:

Broccoli
Brussels Sprout
Red Russian Kale
Cabbage-Savoy
Carrot – Dover and Danver


Medium saving:

Radish – Black
Rocky Ford Melon
Squash – Calabacita
Mustard greens
Watermelon – Ancient
Watermelon – Moon & Stars
Watermelon – Dixie
Watermelon – Ultra Cool
Watermelon – Sugar Baby

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FEBRUARY COMMUNITY SEED SWAP AND EDUCATIONAL EVENT

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m., Thurston Room

Please note new location for 2017, we are now in the Thurston room on the 1st floor!!

Join the All Pueblo Grows Seed Lending Library for their first community seed swap and educational event of 2017! Volunteers will present on the topic of starting seeds indoors. After the presentation help volunteers package and sort seed to go into the library. The event begins at 9:30 a.m. at the Rawlings Hoag Library, in the Thurston room on the first floor.

 

If you have seeds to donate, bring them along! We hope to see you there!

 

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