Monthly Archives: December 2015
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The Stonehenge-esque exhibit of stacked stones that has been on display this semester has been rearranged into compost homes. A+ for organization.
Many students who come to the UGArden have the opportunity to inoculate logs with mushrooms. Dr. Hartel has been teaching students about this for several years now. This semester, we tried to inoculate a large trunk using a new method. … Continue reading
Last week, at the end of an arguably long day of work, we began pulling the stakes from the pepper plot. They had been driven in very deep, so it took a considerable effort to remove them. If these pictures … Continue reading
Some jobs are more of an undertaking than others. They are definitely much easier when everyone chips in to help. I think we are all looking forward to some asparagus in the spring. *Note: This counts as Lindsay’s blog contribution … Continue reading
This semester, I had the fortune of working with Brian several times a week. He and I always seem to see eye to eye about things, and he was a pleasure to work with. We’ll miss ya, and good luck … Continue reading