Monthly Archives: October 2016

Batten down the hatches!

Christina fearlessly holds down the high tunnel! Due to high winds, we had to affix the door of the high tunnel to prevent it from being broken!  

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Harvesting Holy Basil/Tulsi with Maisie!

A few weeks ago, I was assigned to help Maisie Loo with her Tulsi harvest, away from my usual greens harvesting. Wow! I learned so much and had a lot of fun learning how UGArden’s medicinal teas are dried, and … Continue reading

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Lettuce Heads

Some yummy and quite intricate heads of lettuce ready for harv!est

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The Real Grasshoppers of UGArden

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What is that greenhouse looking thing?

Howdy! Thanks for asking! This space-age looking structure is called a high-tunnel. Fitting name, I know. This was installed out at the garden to ensure that we could extend the season’s on many of our crops! Basically, that means we … Continue reading

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Pulling out poles!

Maddie, Mckenna, and Jill were prosĀ at pulling up the poles that held up our heirloom tomato structure!

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Fungus Among Us

This past Thursday, Tanner and I harvested the shiitake mushrooms! It was exciting because this was a first time for both of us. We had to pay careful attention to each mushroom picked because, although we only inoculated the logs … Continue reading

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