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Jul
14
Sat
F.A.R.M. Hacks – Everything Worms & Compost Tea @ Texas Worm Ranch
Jul 14 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
F.A.R.M. Hacks - Everything Worms & Compost Tea @ Texas Worm Ranch | Red Oak | Texas | United States

This course will be all worms! Learn how worms can determine your soil health and how to cultivate them. We will also be demonstrating how to build and easy worm bin with minimum inputs.

Instructors: F.A.R.M. & Texas Worm Ranch

Skills Taught

  • Build/ install infrastructure
  • Build soil health & productivity (e.g., make compost, plant and manage cover and catch drops, integrate crop and livestock production, install crop rotations, add organic amendments if and as required)
  • Monitor ecological impact of all production activities
  • Implement conservation practices & measures (e.g., buffer strips, water quality management projects, wildlife habitat improvement, strip cropping)
  • Cultivate soil

Now that you have multiplied your worm collection, use the castings for compost tea. Compost tea is a great way to love your plants naturally. Compost Tea is a Liquid Gold fertilizer for flowers, vegetables and houseplants. … Very simply, it is a liquid, nutritionally rich, well-balanced, organic supplement made by steeping aged compost in water.

Skills Taught:

  • Benefits of compost tea
  • How to improve crop growth with compost tea
  • Nutrient retention and availability of soil
  • Build stronger soil structures with compost tea

Following discussion, we will demonstrate how to build a compost tea brewer!

REGISTER HERE

Nov
17
Sat
EQIP Livestock Watering Installation Workshop @ Mesquite Field Farm
Nov 17 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
EQIP Livestock Watering Installation Workshop @ Mesquite Field Farm | Nixon | Texas | United States

Participants will learn the requirements of the USDA Livestock watering grant, will learn how to operate a trencher, install PVC water lines, and witness the certification and sign off from the USDA upon completion of the class

Skills Taught:

  1. Basic construction
  2. Basic fabrication
  3. Farm tool safety
  4. Build and install infrastructure
  5. Material supply calculations
  6. Infrastructure damage prevention
  7. Farm safety
  8. Farm infrastructure development planning

Instructors:

Doug Havemann, Army Veteran, Co – Owner, Mesquite Field Farm Melissa Havemann, Co-Owner, Mesquite Field Farm, NRCS

REGISTER HERE

Mar
1
Wed
Texas AgrAbility Peer Group Meeting
Mar 1 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Texas AgrAbility Peer Group Meeting
This is the first meeting of the Texas AgrAbility Peer Group. We will use this platform to share information, resources, and connect with one another.
Attendees must register here
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