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Vegetable Gardening in Central Texas with Sheryl Williams

June 15, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Free

Join us on June 15 to learn more about Vegetable Gardening in Central Texas.

Face made of Vegetables

Photo courtesy Kerry Drake, Sunshine Community Gardens

Growing your own food can be one of the most rewarding types of gardening activities you can do. It can be as equally frustrating when dealing with Central Texas soils, weather, water, and pest challenges. Join Travis County Master Gardener Sheryl Williams for this no-nonsense guide on how to succeed with your vegetable patch. Topics covered are How Much to Plant, Site Selection, Water, Soil Preparation, Fertilization, Weeds & Pests, Planting, Compost & Mulch, Rotation & Succession Planting, and Harvesting.

Click Here to Register Now, Live Program Has Limited Capacity

Due to technological constraints, the webinar has a limit of 100 attendees, but an unlimited number of people can register and see a recording of the program. Only registrants can access the live session or the program recording.

Closed captioning will be provided. There will be a short break at approximately 11 am. The webinar will end at 12:30 pm.

You can submit questions ahead of time or during the webinar and get answers live as time allows. Afterward, questions that don’t make it to the webinar will receive emailed answers.

Additional Resources

The 2021 Educational Webinar Program Calendar

Submit questions for Sheryl

Buy From Drought to Deluge: The Resilient Central Texas Garden directly from Travis County Master Gardeners

Sign up for Travis County Horticulture Event Notifications

Monthly Gardening Calendar for the Austin Area

Vegetable Gardening in Austin

Vegetable Gardening Planting Guide

Vegetable Varieties for Central Texas

About Sheryl Williams

Sheryl Williams Horticulture Program Assistant photo Sheryl Williams has been a Travis County Master Gardener since 2010 and currently works as the Horticulture Program Assistant at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension – Travis County. She was introduced to gardening by her mom and grandma and has been an avid vegetable gardener most of her life. Sheryl believes that there is nothing more satisfying than growing and preparing your own food. She likes gardening in Austin year round and concedes that means pulling weeds every day. She practices organic gardening principles and enjoys the challenge of outsmarting garden pests. Occasionally she loses these battles, but doesn’t mind sharing a good meal.

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