Biodynamic Perspectives: #6 Orchard Care and Fruit Tree Pruning
A discussion on orchard site selection, planting techniques, pests and diseases, biodynamic applications, restoration of heritage trees, and orchard maintenance.
Presented By: Dan Crebbin
Days: Saturday, February 18
Time: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
We will discuss orchard site selection, planting techniques, pests and diseases, biodynamic applications, restoration of heritage trees, and orchard maintenance. We will have an extensive field component on tree pruning and root care.
Pre-registration is highly recommended or a $25 convenience fee will be added at the door.
At the heart of Rudolf Steiner College sits Raphael Garden, our 3-acre, Demeter-certified biodynamic farm. Founded in 1987, the farm supports seasonal fruit, year-round vegetables, a large seed saving operation, farm animals and natural beekeeping, in a beautiful, serene setting. Our Perspective on Biodynamics Workshop Series is held one Saturday each month for nine months from September to May, with a five-day intensive in June.
For more information, contact (916) 963-2500 or firstname.lastname@example.org