Starting Vegetable Seedlings Webinar planned – Arizona Silver Belt


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University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Gila County presents: Garden and Country Extension Webinar Series, a  Zoom webinar (60 minutes or less) featuring a variety of horticultural and natural resource topics relevant to the environmental conditions and residential concerns of Gila County, Arizona. These free webinars are facilitated by Chris Jones, Extension Agent, University of Arizona Gila County Cooperative Extension.
Starting vegetable seedlings will be the topic of the next webinar, Feb. 4 from 11 a.m. to noon.
Featured speaker Richard Johnson is an organic gardener in Arizona with over 20 years of experience. Rich moved to Tucson in 1988 and learned desert gardening and composting from the Tucson Organic Gardeners Club, now in its 49th year. In 2018 he moved to Payson, where he provides volunteer leadership to the local gardening community and as a Gila County Master Gardener.
Learn how Rich starts and germinates his own vegetable seedlings indoors for his summer garden. He’ll start with the basics of selecting seed types that are appropriate for the season and then show his step by step process for growing healthy “starts” to plant in the garden in May in Payson, Az. Included will be choosing a potting soil, soil prep, filling seedling trays, planting, growing under grow lights, transplanting into pots and finally planting into the garden.
The Zoom link for the Feb. 4 webinar is Please log in up to 10 minutes prior to the webinar. Registration is not required.

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