Monthly Archives: January 2016
Despite the rainy friday this week start well with many things to do… and weeding! Advertisements
Yesterday we finished laying down fabric around the fig trees to suppress weed growth. We also began pulling weeds around the muscadine grape vines and went over a BCS tiller demonstration!
Yall…………………we did work today. Proud of everybody!
I’ve been working mornings at the farm. This week at the farm was cold cold cold. Watching the sun climb into the sky over UGArden is well worth the the cold air and early wake-up. I’ve learned the power of … Continue reading
It was a cold week at UGArden, but that didn’t stop us from weeding, cutting mushroom logs, and preparing new transplants for the spring. Here’s a super hi-def artist’s interpretation of the action.
Lesson #1 of machine maintenance: “Lefty loosey, righty tighty.”
Didn’t take long for Edna to master the ole scoop ‘n dump. Looking forward to a semester full of fun times.