Random Harvest Events

Talk Schedule for Gardens of the Golden City @ Random Harvest

SATURDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER 2019

Time: 10h30 – 12h00 BIRDS OF RANDOM HARVEST

Venue: Random Harvest Nursery Meeting Room (please report to reception first)

For more information: Call 082 553 0598 (Paul) or Email [email protected] (Ashley)

Linda will talk about the amazing variety of birds found at Random Harvest, and will share some of her best bird gardening tips. Includes a slide show presentation.

Time: 14h00 – 15h30 POLYPHAGOUS SHOTHOLE BORER – UPDATE AND CONTROLS SO FAR

Venue: Random Harvest Nursery Meeting Room or outdoor talk space (please report to reception first)

For more information: Call 082 553 0598 (Paul) or Email [email protected] (Ashley).

The threat posed by the PSHB beetle to indigenous, exotic and commercially valuable tree species continues to escalate. We discuss a positive and constructive way forward, with tried and tested solutions. We present facts and practical solutions.

SUNDAY, 10TH NOVEMBER 2019

Time: 10h30 – 12h30 BLACK WATER AND RAINWATER HARVESTING – WALK & TALK

Venue: Random Harvest Nursery

For more information: Call 082 553 0598 (Paul) or Email [email protected] (Ashley) 

A walk and talk based on the principals in practice at Random Harvest. Ideas for black water and rainwater harvesting in the domestic garden will be discussed, together with a look at various plants that are ideally suited to black and grey water filtration and various aspects of rainwater harvesting. 

Time: 14h00 – 15h30 ALIEN INVADER PLANTS – IDENTIFICATION AND METHODS OF REMOVAL

Venue: Random Harvest Meeting Room – please report to reception on arrival.

For more information: Call 082 553 0598 (Paul) or Email [email protected] (Ashley).

The struggle to keep alien invasive plant species at bay in our suburbs can only be won with the buy-in of homeowners and property owners. This talk is aimed at the layman interested in identifying alien invasive plant species and removing them from our suburban gardens and ecosystem. Landscapers and interest groups are also most welcome to attend.

Refreshments are on sale from our tea garden

Start Date/Time:
Saturday, November 9, 2019 10:30 AM
End Date/Time:
Sunday, November 10, 2019 3:30 PM
Recurring Event:
One time event
Importance:
High Priority High Priority
Category:
Conservation Walks
Location:
Random Harvest Farm
Owned by Heather Balcomb On Tuesday, October 22, 2019