Monthly Archives: September 2017

High Tunnel

Had an interesting time putting the plastic back on one of the High Tunnels. It was a team effort, but we got one of them finished. Advertisements

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High Tunnel 1 back up! 

After taking the high tunnels down in the wake of tropical storm Irma, today we completed putting up one of the two high tunnels. Thanks to all our volunteers, interns, and staff for making this possible! 

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Georgia’s native grape: the muscadine. Reminding me that summer will soon come to an end and fall will be here once more. 

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Pepper Trial Fall 2017

So many peppers! My favorites were Islander (the purple ones) and Flavor Burst (the light green/yellow ones).

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3rd Graders Visit UGarden

UGarden hosted as 3rd graders came for a visit.  Jacob matched their energy as he taught them about composting, herbs, honey bees, sweet and hot peppers, muscadine grapes, and kale smoothies.  I think I learned more than the students, thanks … Continue reading

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Preparing for Irma

Normally the garden is closed on Sunday, but we had a few tasks to take care of as we anticipated Irma’s visit.  We harvested peppers from the trial garden and we took the plastic down off the high tunnels.

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Dat Fish Stank!

 

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