DUE TO WEATHER, POSTPONED UNTIL MAY 14
What's in your soil?
Soil tests in urban areas often uncover heavy metal contamination as well as nutrient deficiencies and toxicities. Heavy metal contaminants have been shown to translocate from the soil to edible tissues in certain plants, leading to the inadvertent consumption of metals via leafy greens grown on urban soils. Nutrient deficiencies and toxicities can stunt the growth of your plants as well. Come learn about how to test your soil, what edible plants are safe to grow on contaminated soils and methods to remediate your problem soils with Collaborative for Urban Agriculture co-founder, Ava Post.
Classes are free and all are welcome. RSVPs required.
Donations are gratefully accepted. All donations support the garden.
If you prefer to sit in a folding chair, you are welcome to bring one.
Los Urban Agriculture Summit organized by Collaborative for Urban Agroecology Los Angeles (CUALA)
Boden St and Clyde Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90016
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