Johnson Su Composting. A fungal dominant wonder.
Join Kathryn for a fascinating, microscopic view of Johnson-Su compost, and learn why it is becoming a popular tool for regenerative growers. She will share her experience on how to set up a Bioreactor and how to avoid the pitfalls, ensuring an excellent outcome. Participants will discuss the difference between compost teas and extracts, and will receive enough Johnson-Su compost to simply make an extract for their garden or indoor plants at home.
About Kathryn Hubble
Author, educator, horticulturist, permaculturist, Soil Restoration Farming member, and regenerative gardener Kathryn Hubble, passionately shares information about natural processes to foster a collaborative relationship between people and the ecology of their gardens, restoring health and enriching our lives as we tune into the rhythms of nature, allowing nature to lead the way.
“The emerging science around the interactions of soil microbes and plants has led to numerous innovations within regenerative agriculture. Without a basic understanding of the natural plant/microbe relationships underpinning regenerative processes, it is difficult for someone to properly assess the real value of methods, products and services on offer, especially when faced with a barrage of marketing hype."