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#1 Make fence #2 Buy seeds #3 Till soil #4 Make rows or beds #5 Mark the row/bed with the plant name #6 Plant seeds #7 Ready to go! Garden
Soil, water, sunlight, and seeds Divided into 2 main groups Annuals Perennials How do plants grow?
Compost helps soil by adding nutrients to the plant Manure, leaves, plant material, kitchen scraps (no meat added) helps plant Soil
Most plants need a inch of water a week Water
You should look on the seed package and see how much the plant is required to have sunlight Sunlight
Make seed beds Sow all the seeds in a line Seeds
Annuals have to be planted every year Perennials have to be planted Plant types Annuals Perennial
Spading fork turns soil Round shovel moves soil around Rake to level garden Trowel, watering can, stakes and a forked garden tools. Tools
You don’t want weeds in your garden Mulch helps control weeds/grass growing in your garden Compost, straw, and hay also help get rid of weeds/grass Weed Control
Picture: Google chrome Info: Gardening Book Sources
Green Hands a quick guide to teaching sheet mulching gardening EDCI Martín Perna Suzanne de León.
Art of Gardening You will start with seeds from a packet. It’s best to “start” the seeds in a starter box in the house. It will usually take 10 to 14.
Our Garden Plot Presentation By Us.. Our Team Members What experience do each of you have pictures.
STEPS TO A GARDEN SELECTING A SITE A back yard or some other ground area near your home in full sunlight is the most convenient spot for a home vegetable.
From Lawn to Lettuce: Starting and Maintaining an Organic Garden in Your Yard Chris Thoreau UBC Farm 16 April 2011.
A multi-cellular organism that produces its own food through a process know as Photosynthesis. Plants produce flowers, fruits, and seeds.
Cloze 13 Betty Gardens. Betty loves her _ _ _ _ _ _ gardens. Betty loves her f _ _ _ _ _ gardens. Betty loves her flower gardens. She _ _ _ _ _ songs.
Identifying Specialized Hand Landscape Tools & Their Functions
Feeding calves This is my feeding the calves they were feed twice a day morning and evening. I feed them with my partner Tom. We also had to check there.
Nutrition Food Safety Physical Activity Planting.
How to Grow Morning Glory Plants
Tuesday 27th April 2010RHS Level 2 Certificate in Gardening Mulches for Weed Control.
Soil Erosion and Building up the soil
Cultivation. Cultivation is the digging over of the top layer of the soil.
This training was prepared by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) team of Otto Gonzalez-USDA Foreign Agricultural Service (Team Leader), Jon Fripp.
Planting Bulbs Steps to planting a beautiful bulb garden. Original by Joe Green, Pope High School Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum.
How to turn kitchen scraps…. … into food for your garden.
COOKING FOR YOUR GARDEN §Give your plants the natural nutrients they are dying to get…..
GROWING FOOD FOR GROWING MINDS
Welcome to Eagle’s Outlook Garden! Did you know SEES has lemon trees, tomatoes, and a butterfly garden? Eagle’s Outlook is our school garden behind the.
Fluvanna Master Gardener Training The Vegetable Garden.
A scripted slide set written and produced by Robert E. (Skip) Richter, CEA-Horticulture, Travis County, Texas Agricultural Extension Service.
Plants & Living Things By Spring Figg October 12, 2007.
First Grade Bettie F. Williams Elementary
I know that a plant is a living thing because it: moves and reacts to its environment grows and changes reproduces Online activity.
Composting By: Sabrina & Tahshon. Composting Composting is the transformation of organic material (plant matter) through decomposition into a soil-like.
The basic ins and outs of composting C OMPOSTING.
Sustainable Weed Management Strategies Sustainable Small Acreage Farming and Ranching.
Green Hands a quick guide to learning and teaching sheet mulching gardening EDTC Fall 2008 Martín Perna.
Home Composting A project of the Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners.
Raising Vegetables For Market Part Two 1. Review of Last Workshop’s Main Points 2. Where to Plant Your Different crops 3. Information about Different Vegetables.
Backyard Composting. Why Compost? Recycle waste materials Enhance soil structure Reduce soil losses from erosion Improve oxygen availability in soil Increase.
Soil. What is soil? Soil is a mixture of bits of weathered rock, humus, water, and air. Soil is a mixture of bits of weathered rock, humus, water, and.
Build your own Heart Garden The Munsieville Heart Garden is helping to improve the health and nutrition of the children in Munsieville. Why not you build.
STEPS TO BEGINNING A GARDEN. GET AN IDEA Is it going to be a vegetable garden? An herb garden? A flower garden? Or a mix? How much space do you have?
Morning Warm- Up People change as they grow older. Animals change too. How do plants change as they grow?
Bringing the University of Idaho to your life Garden Basics Tips for planning a successful school garden Prepared by Ariel Agenbroad Horticulture Educator.
Vegetable Gardening By Chad Shank. Why Plant a Garden? Fresh Food Exercise Satisfaction.
By: Tatyana Mavigliano. Root Stem Leaves Flower.
Backyard Composting and Garden Soil Amendment Jeff Schalau Associate Agent, ANR University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Yavapai County.
The Mean Green Growing Machine Parts of a plant.
Backyard Composting Sandra M. Frost BHB Area Educator – Crops.
Table of Contents Georgia Performance Standard Basic needs of plants -air -water -light -soil (food) Parts of a plant -roots -stem -leaf -flower Life.
Compost: The Soul of Soil 6 billion microbes per handful can’t be wrong!
Composting Part 2. Review of Composting What is composting?
Unit 2216 Planting Perennials. What is a perennial? Herbaceous perennial is a permanent plant Dies to ground in winter Resumes growth in spring Will last.
Plants by:Belal, Mostafa, and Zahraa. What is a Plant Plant’s are living things.
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