People who are haven’t had a lot of success with vegetable gardening or who feel like they’re missing some essentials can get help at a Food Gardening Crash Course on March 12 at the Extension Center, 21st and Ridge Road.
Extension agent Rebecca McMahon will teach the three-hour course that will cover soil preparation, planning your garden, basic vegetable gardening and maximizing your space.
It will be from 9 a.m. to noon, and the cost is $10. Register by Thursday at sedgwick.ksu.edu.
The Extension will also offer a a series of eight weeknight classes over the spring and summer called Grow Good Food Gardening, covering topics from strawberries to tomatoes to pests to weeds. Each class will cost $5, or you can subscribe to the series for $35.
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The first one will be March 21, on indoor seed starting for vegetable gardening. Hours are 6 to 8 p.m. More information: sedgwick.ksu.edu.