Rev. Dr. Dixie West opening Praise/Prayer
A full day in garden. All grass removed. Thank to community worker Mr. Crosby for allowing his tiller to be used. Also rows made for April planting. Cucumbers, Okra and Watermelons. Community workers in the garden today. Students testing this week. Spring break next week.
The down side of No till planting is grass surplus. We are fighting that battle and we will win God willing. The battle will continue today March 30. Come get your hoe and rake, we have a few extra.
Students have taken pictures of the garden. No Till garden planting and the grass surplus. We were able to till a portion of the garden as well pictures. Students will compare “No Till Planting” and “Till Planting” Students will also look at the seeding process of a mustard seed and harvest the small seed. Pictures of garden bugs such as the Stink Bug and others were taken. We won the first battle with grass in the No Till Section, but the battle continues…. See yall @ the conference on the 26th of April.
Due to so much rain Beatrice Elm. School Pacers Garden began NO Till plant of our community. Garden. We have not been able to till the soil because of so much rain.
We began on March 8th and will continue No Till planting Monday.