Companion Planting

Last week we had the pleasure of hosting our first workshop of the season with Av Singh giving an informative and engaging talk on companion planting. I want to extend a huge thank you to Av for sharing his time and wisdom with us! For those of you who missed the event, I have attached a link to a PDF with some great information about how to do some of your own companion planting at home or in your plots.

companion planting work sheet

Happy Planting!

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