The Dirt on Soil Health—Presented by the Perfect Earth Project
Cosponsored by the South Fork Natural History Museum and the Perfect Earth Project.
Program Presenter: Representative of the Perfect Earth Project.
Join Perfect Earth Project to get all of the good dirt on soil health! It’s the new frontier. Healthy soil means healthy, strong and resilient plants, no need for chemicals. Learn the importance of soil tests: how to send soil samples for testing and more important how to interpret the results! Take a look into the guts of your garden as we explore the soil biome under the microscope. Learn about the world of “compost tea”: how to make it, how to know when it is good. Get familiar with the equipment, the process and the benefits of adding compost tea to your organic gardening routine by making your own or becoming an educated consumer. Perfect Earth Project, based in East Hampton, NY, promotes PRFCT (toxic-free) lawns and landscapes for the health of people, their pets, and the planet; raises consciousness about the dangers of synthetic landscape chemicals and educates homeowners, landscapers, and businesses in nature-based alternatives that achieve beautiful results at no extra cost.