Jonathan Russell-Anelli, Senior Lecturer, Senior Extension Associate, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Cornell
Urban Soil Considerations for School and Community Gardens.
Growing edible crops on urban soils presents concerns such as high concentrations of heavy metals and soil compaction. Learn how to overcome and avoid these problems.
The primary audience for this session Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators.
Record during the November 2010 Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Agriculture and Food System in the track sponsored by CCE Sustainable Landscapes-Horticulture Program Work Team.
This presentation may contain pesticide recommendations. Changes in pesticide regulations occur constantly, some materials mentioned may no longer be available, and some uses may no longer be legal. All pesticides distributed, sold, and/or applied in New York State must be registered with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC). Questions concerning the legality and/or registration status for pesticide use in New York State should be directed to the appropriate Cornell Cooperative Extension Specialist or your regional DEC office. READ THE LABEL BEFORE APPLYING ANY PESTICIDE.