Day 9: dirt with a side of worms, please.

Patrick went home for his sister’s graduation this weekend. I continued to work with Prof JJ to get plants in asap. Most of the plantings we intend to do take at least 6o days to mature. With all the rain this spring, many farms are in the same situation we are. Whole corn fields are under water down the road at Szalay’s Farm along the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath. Nonetheless time is still ticking and we need to get the plants in.

Today I worked to roll up our first section of sod. Later in the day Prof JJ and I headed over to a nursery in Tallmadge and one in Copley just outside of the city. We picked up some established plants. I planted them as soon as we returned.

About smegas

I am a rising sophomore at Wooster blogging about my summer internship with The Center of Entrepreneurship. Myself and a fellow intern are working to construct an Organic Classroom and Garden at St. Sebastian Parish School in Akron, OH.

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