The garden is receiving new editions due to the garden management occupation. Currently growing in the garden are herbs, peppers, tomatoes, turnips, lettuce, onions, and garlic. We are also working on creating seedling transplants for your garden!
In Market, we have approximately 10 dozen eggs, so be ready to buy some farm fresh eggs next market. Also, we have a alot of our popular canned items.
In the Aquaponics Lab the systems are successful and have occasional hiccups in the system, but nothing catastrophic. We are growing oak leaf and red leaf lettuce, which will be available for purchase at our next market.
Nothing new to report.
The bee managers and a couple of students will be spltting the hive with the help of a professional bee keeper. Some will ask, what does that mean? Splitting the hive means taking frames from the working hives and putting them into a new hive. Splitting the hive will produce more honey and will sell fast at one of our markets. Our next honey harvest will be around the end of April or May. Make sure to keep a look out for it!
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