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Maximize Your Harvest with Bedford Stuyvesant Community Garden

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So your first attempt at growing plants went well, and your pot of marigolds is growing so big you’re considering naming it “Audrey II.” But what are you going to do with your botanical pet in the winter? Or maybe you tried sprinkling pumpkin seeds in your tiny plot that vaguely passes as a yard and it’s still just a chunk of dirt with no signs of life. Either way, Bedford Stuyvesant Community Garden‘s class tonight will help you with your gardening endeavors. Maximize Your Harvest will cover identifying weeds and pests, using organic fertilizers and extending your growing season into the winter. You’ll leave with some organic fertilizer and a spray bottle, and the knowledge to grow your own killer tomatoes.

Maximize Your Harvest
Bedford Stuyvesant Community Garden
94 Malcolm X Boulevard, Brooklyn
Wednesday June 2, 6pm
$10 materials fee

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