Maximising limited growing spaces with minimal effort
Agroecological grower, Chrissy Harrison, invites us on to the farm she manages in SE London for an in-person training session where she'll be sharing her experience with growing food efficiently at scale.
26 Jun 2022 10:0014:00
This in-person training session with experienced grower Chrissy Harrison at Keats Organics farm in south east London will show you how to intensively grow food with as little effort as possible. We will cover a range of topics and techniques to help growers easily yield an abundance of nutrient dense produce, including building and maintaining healthy soil, managing weeds, irrigating crops, growing in season and utilising season extenders, growing appropriate successions of crops, interplanting crops, relay planting crops, and growing vertically.
Very limited places, so be sure to book your spot early.
Light snacks and tea will be provided. Participants are also advised to bring a packed lunch with them too.
Please note there is no electricity on site, so best to come with a fully charged phone.
Chrissy Harrison is an agroecological food grower based in London where she has been growing food for the past eight years. She has grown food in numerous settings, ranging from the city's rooftops to its peri urban greenbelt, where she co-founded Keats Organics, a quarter acre market garden, in 2014. With an emphasis on soil health and biodiversity, the market garden primarily produces salad leaves, herbs and leafy greens for restaurants and cafes, as well as serving its local community with a weekly vegetable box throughout the year.
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