Today’s theme it seems is problem solving. As I walk around my plot to do my field observation ritual, I noticed the ants crawling on my beans and around the Chinese cabbage. Ants pose a big problem to crops because they bring aphids, which feed on the plants. We found the ant mound and used… Read more
I have never been more excited to come to class when I noticed that my beans have sprouted! However, some did not make it. I suspect birds were able to get to their cotyledons.
I came back to my plot see how the my crops are doing only to find out that the beans have not yet sprouted and the snow peas are yellow with reddish spots on their leaves. The rest of the feild had weeds for me to pull and the pesky nutsedge were back in the… Read more
We picked the Gita and Red Noodle beans to grow in out plot. They are both long beans and require trellis to grow. But before planting the seed, our farm coach advised to inoculate the seeds first. I placed the seeds on separate bowls and added water just enough to cover the seeds. I put… Read more