garden irrigation

Irrigation for the Home Garden [webinar]

Wed, 06/23/2021
6:00pm - 7:15pm

Irrigation is essential for growing healthy annual vegetables, herbs, and flowers. In this webinar, we’ll learn about different ways to water your garden with a special focus on how to successfully install, maintain, and manage a drip irrigation system. Drip irrigation systems are a simple and effective way to help home gardeners better manage and conserve water. After viewing this webinar, you’ll have the information and resources you need to set up your own drip irrigation system at home.

Registration is required and a $5 or $10 donation is optional. Register on the event webpage to attend live or receive a link to the recording. This session is the last in a six-part spring webinar series to be offered every other Wednesday through June for Granite State and Pine State gardeners.

Meet Our Presenters

Rebecca Long is the Agriculture and Food Systems Professional for the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, based in Oxford County. She works with farmers and gardeners to answer questions and provide educational opportunities. Her favorite topics include soil and irrigation.

Pamela Hargest is the Horticulture Professional for the University of Maine Cooperative Extension in Cumberland County, where she oversees the Master Gardener Volunteers Program, the Gardens at Tidewater Farm, and Maine Harvest for Hunger initiatives. She works closely with volunteers and community partners to provide meaningful horticulture programs, ranging in topics from vegetable to ecological gardening.

If you are a person with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, please contact UMaine Extension at extension.gardening@maine.edu or 207.781.6099 to discuss your needs. Receiving requests for accommodations at least 7 days before the program provides a reasonable amount of time to meet the request, however, all requests will be considered.

Cost

$5 or $10 suggested donation for this webinar

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