Compost Teas and Extracts
Saturday, July 12, 2014
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Liquid compost materials have gone by several different names: teas, extracts, slurries, etc. There has been much debate among commercial producers, the scientific community, and gardening enthusiasts. The concept of compost teas is simple: put compost in water and let it sit to extract soluble nutrients and microorganisms. So what’s the problem? Join Rick Carr, Compost Production Specialist at Rodale Institute, for a stimulating discussion on the production, use and chemical and biological characteristics of compost teas and extracts.
PLEASE MAKE NOTE: This class will not take place in the garden. The instructor will meet you at Lehigh University, Iacocca Hall, Room 235, 111 Research Drive, Bethlehem, PA. There will be directionals posted from the main entrance to the classroom.
There is no fee for attending this class but pre-registration is required.