grape pruning workshop

Pruning Workshop Joe's connected garden

How to do basic pruning of grapes with seeds, both on trellises and on overhead structures.
We will also get instructions and demonstration on rod and spur pruning of seedless grapes.

This is a midweek workshop for people who are not able to attend the weekend workshop.

Morning tea available. Limited places. Donations appreciated.

If you bring your own secateurs please remember to take them back home.

Details

Date:
June 23
Time:
09:30 – 12:00 ACST
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://www.facebook.com/JoesConnectedGarden

Organizer

Joe Kielnerowski
Phone:
0402 298 409
Email:
jkielnerowski@gmail.com
Website:
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Joes Connected Garden

6 Argent Street
Elizabeth Grove, South Australia 5112 Australia
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Joe’s Connected Garden – Open Garden 2022

Joes Connected Garden

We will welcome you to our five connected gardens with hundreds of varieties of fruit, as well as herbs, veggies, ducks, chickens, and lots of ideas about urban sustainability.

The event will include:

  • Daily demonstrations and activities include planting, pruning, composting, and wicking beds, as well as advice and talks by gifted speakers and members of the rate Fruit Society. There is a also ‘yellow brick road’ for children to follow.
  • There will be information from local food growing and gardening groups, tea and coffee, sausage sizzle, vegetarian yummies (again!) and unusual fruit trees, and some herb and veg plants for sale at very reasonable prices.

Gates are open from 10:00 to 4:30 pm both days. The program will available closer to the date, on our Facebook page for Joe’s Connected Garden.

Children up to 17 yrs. old enter free (supervised)

Pls. remember gate proceeds will be given to charity.

IBC Wicking bed workshop

Whicking beds workshop Jan 2022

Learn how to prepare and fill a wicking bed in a cut-down IBC (international bulk container)

This is a hands-on workshop which includes setting up the reservoir, drainage, wicking material, soil mix and plants. Multiple wicking beds may be linked together, depending on time.

This is an afternoon event and it may be a hot day. Please wear hat and sunscreen. Come prepared to cart soil and get dirty. Please bring gloves and mask.

Morning working bee 10:00am to 12:30pm

Morning working bees Joes Jan 2022

Preparing the gardens for the Open Garden in March

Moving and spreading mulch, pruning trees and hedges, netting fruit and fixing nets. Other garden-related work as needed.

Please wear hat and sunscreen. Come prepared to get a bit dirty. Please bring gloves and mask.

Light lunch provided after 12:30pm, with lots of opportunity to ask general gardening questions.

Limited to 9 persons due to residential Covid restrictions, unless they change beforehand.

Basic dripper irrigation workshop

Joes Connected Garden Water Inrigation system event

Learn how to lay and fix the brown in-line drippers suitable for fruit trees and deep-rooted flowers and veggies

Please wear hat and sunscreen. Come prepared to work on the ground and maybe a get a little muddy. Please bring gloves and mask.

Let’s talk about Sustainable Food – Free Masterclass on AgriAdventures

free masterclass sustainable fhish

Lets talk about Sustainable Seafood
Lets talk about Sustainable Seafood

Join us for a “Sustainable Fish” free masterclass, with Jeremy Arrascaeta e Simone Berliat this Saturday on AgriAdventures Virtual Room.

 

Angles is the first South Australia, sustainable and ethical seafood restaurant, as accredited by the Good Fish project.

By premiering dry-aging, Angler is leading to innovation and change. In collaboration with SA fair fish, we believe in connecting SA Industries and people through education. Together we look after tomorrow’s food today. “Jeremy Arrascaeta”

 

 

Join us Saturday 21st from 05:00 pm on AgriAdventures Virtual Room

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