Author Archives: rebekahmoo
Found some interesting looking fungus in the woods where we are clearing brush for the new amphitheater.
While clearing out brush I came across a spotted cucumber beetle, which is a pest that will eat leaves on many of our crops. Hopefully our burst of freezing weather disrupted their life cycle.
After harvesting a few pounds of arugula from the hoop houses today, I took some home to eat with dinner and, not wanting a salad, decided to make some bruschetta. For those of you looking for a bitter-sweet appetizer, this recipe is a great … Continue reading
The fig trees are showing new vegetative growth just days after we pruned meaning more energy from the plant can be focused on these new leaves rather than wasted on the extra branches. But how do we prune? At UGArden … Continue reading
As we progress towards clearing out the field below the greenhouses we have been clearing sticks, removing privet, and leveling the ground for grass. This week we went through with a bush hog to get rid of the last bit … Continue reading
Even though Georgia weather can’t decide whether to be hot or cold at least our plants are protected in the high tunnels!
You’d think there would be a better way to roll up the hose