Dan Kittredge, executive director of the Bionutrient Food Association, will present a workshop on bionutrient rich crop production at the Desmond-Fish Library at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 10.
This program is free and all are welcome. It provides a venue for farmers, growers and gardeners of any type to learn about current research and proven methods that will lead to optimum crop health and sustained yield. Workshop participants will learn to relate more knowingly and directly with their soils and plants, to detect the growth stages, processes and limitations of their plants, and the interactions they are having with the soil and surrounding air. Among principles to be covered are identifying deficiencies, biological farming, vital health in the field, and managing crops through the season.