April 6th 2017 Monthly meeting

Our next meeting will be on 6th April at 7.00 pm.

Our topic is “how to grow the best tomatoes” with a few words from the experts and time for everyone to share their growing tips or questions.

Brown Berry Cherry Tomato

Brown Berry Cherry Tomato

Striped Cavern Stuffing Tomato

Striped Cavern Stuffing Tomato

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As usual, our meeting will be held at Creekside Commons. 2202 Lambert Drive. Courtenay.

Light refreshments will be served after the speaker.

On May 4, Catherine Reid will be bringing a worm bin to the meeting and will answer all your questions – even those you didn’t know you had – about vermicomposting.  Red wiggler worms simply love eating kitchen scraps, turning them into dark, sweet-smelling, microbial-rich fertilizer for your garden.

Membership can be renewed and membership cards picked up.

Any questions? Email us at cvseedsavers@gmail.com

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For our members use we have our own hand powered seed winnower (to separate the seed from the chaff) and use of an electric seed thresher (to separate the grain from the stalk).  See more under Resources.

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