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Adapting Dry Farming Techniques to Vegetable Gardens

This webinar is part of the 2019 series of Advanced Training Webinars for Master Gardeners sponsored by Oregon State University Extension.

Intrigued by dry farming techniques but not sure how to implement in your own garden or Master Garden demonstration garden? In this webinar, Amy Garrett (OSU Extension Small Farms) will share research results on dry farmed crops including tomatoes, squash and melons. She’ll also share examples of how these techniques have been adopted by PNW gardeners. Resources will be provided to help you answer questions at Master Gardener Plant Clinics. Note: This webinar is the first in a series exploring efficient water use in gardens.

OSU Extension Resource: Dry Farming in the Maritime Pacific Northwest: Intro to Dry Farming Organic Vegetables

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