Seeding the First Wave (of Plants Not Aliens)

May 8, 2009 at 4:47 pm Leave a comment

David Wild, Sunny Lam, Ashlee Cooper, Sunday Harrison (FoodCycles team) and Orion get the tomato, eggplant, squash, pumpkin and cucumber seedlings going at the greenhouse. The worms have already moved over and they’re watching us get ready.

P.S. Of course the other main thing that’s going down is turning food waste into rich, healthy soil for growing food. That’s also going to be in the greenhouse. You can also see our next poetic post on the seedlings here.

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FoodCycles First Planting Day @ the Greenhouse 07/05/09 9:30 PM
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