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Plant Propagation FUNdamentals

Location: UH Hilo Ag Farm

Root cuttings, air layering, and other methods of plant propagation are centuries-old ways of preserving and reproducing the most valuable varieties of cultivated plants. Learn the basics of plant propagation, including varietal selection, propagation tools, rooting-out environment, and other methods for rapidly expanding the plant biodiversity for your garden, homestead, or farm. A handout of practical readings and resources for further learning is also included.

April 8, 2017, Saturday
9:00am - 12:00pm

Zach Mermel
One part ecologist, one part horticulturist, one part land planner, instructor Zach Mermel’s work and education in ecological design have taken him across the Hawaiian archipelago, the U.S. mainland, and beyond. An interdisciplinary designer, Zach’s undergraduate studies blended environmental science, economics, and social psychology. He also holds a master’s degree in ecological design from the Conway School. Born and raised on Hawai’i Island, Zach is intimately familiar with the different microclimates and multifunctional plants and animals of our unique island home.

Special Restrictions: Required: Bring seeds that you would like to propagate or learn about. This class will be held outdoors. Weather-appropriate clothing and bug repellent are recommended.
Tuition: $35.00

For more information, contact: CCECS@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7830

Tags: CCECS Workshop Training Noncredit Community Plant Propagation FUNdamentals

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