Monthly Archives: August 2017
Snapped this a few weeks ago when we were digging up the old summer crops. Legumes, such as this green bean, are notorious for nitrogen-producing root nodules. Simply put: a relationship between to plant and the bacteria in the soil. … Continue reading
Are we working hard or hardly working? Also, that cup of coffee spilled everywhere. Troubles of UGarden
I’ve enjoyed working with my fellow interns to install irrigation in the fall fields. This semester should yield good produce and friendships.
A big thank you to all the students who came out to UGArden for Dawg Day of Service. My group harvested (and snacked on) some delicious muscadines. Hope to see some of you back at the garden to harvest some … Continue reading
Harvesting okra can be fun, and itchy, so wear gloves!
UGarden is expanding the herb garden an additional 75 feet this fall. We added compost and irrigation lines this week. I look forward to spending time this semester with Noel and Masie in the herb garden. They both have a … Continue reading
We’ve been working hard prepping plots for Fall planting!