The Art of Farm-entation: Gardening with Compost Teas

May 6, 2017

Prepare and apply probiotic formulas that promote plant health.

Event starts at 10:00 AM on Saturday
and ends at 4:00 PM on Saturday

Cost of Program -- $70.00

Event Department

Heartwood Institute

Borrowing heavily from Korean Natural Farming and the work of Dr. Elaine Ingham, participants in this course will get their hands dirty as they create various compost teas, innoculants, and foliar sprays. Workshop participants can expect to learn how to make and apply Korean Natural Farming inputs such as Indigenous Microorganism (compost based soil inoculant); Fermented Plant Juice (plant nutrient spray); Fermented Fish Amino Acid (fish emulsion); and others. In short, we are creating probiotic kimchi or sauerkraut – for the soil!

Interested in going? Contact the program coordinator

Cost is for program only, no accommodations or meals will be provided


Christina Zawerucha
Christina Zawerucha is a permaculture agronomist who is passionate about the exchange of ecological wisdom in multicultural contexts. Focused on working with i…

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