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Grow Your Own Food Series: Effective Pest & Disease Management for New Urban Farmers

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This workshop will give participants a holistic understanding of common reasons their gardens may develop pest and disease issues and how to deal with them in a calm, environmentally-friendly way. Successful pest and disease management will give participants a significant sense of confidence and joy in their gardening journey.

Course Details

Nett Fee after Government subsidy S$22.39

SkillsFuture Credit Eligible

Provider

Edible Garden City Pte Ltd

Email

skills.future@ediblegardencity.com

Duration

3 hours over 1 session

Contact

8837 8756


Commencement

15 Dec 2022

Registration

Open in November 2022

Venue

60 Jalan Penjara, Singapore 149375


Trainer

Dorothy Ding

Sivagami

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Trainer's Profile

Dorothy Ding

Dorothy is passionate about nature and gardening and believes in lifelong learning. She has designed and conducted learning journeys and programmes to inspire interest in edible gardening for all walks of life as an educator with Edible Garden City. 

Sivagami

Sivagami is an Urban Farming Educator (Therapeutic Horticulture) with Edible Garden City and has a BA in Psychology as well as Diploma qualifications in Special Needs. She taught in the SPED sector for over 10 years, working with both children and youth. Horticulture is a passion & Siva joined EGC specifically to advance efforts to leverage on horticulture as a form of therapy.

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