A collection of projects and musings of Roanoke College ENVI students
Looks like your potato plants could use a little lime or stove ashes to keep the potato bugs at bay. Its not as strong as say a pesticide such as 7-dust but it helps while keeping the food organic. Of course I am probably telling you something you already know.
Nice!! i have taken some pics too =) How do you post here?
Are you an author/manager for the blog? Somehow I am, so I just created a new post....if not...um email Cawley maybe?
Okii thanks =) we just watered them today
I'm glad to see people have been stopping by! I just got back to Roanoke today and I checked on the garden briefly to see how it was. I was surprised to see so much growth! There seem to be quite a few weeds that need tackling, but all of the plots are looking pretty productive!I noticed there were still a lot of potato bugs. My mom (who was with me and is a seasoned gardener) said that they shouldn't diminish our potato crop, but they're certainly not something we should welcome.Perhaps we can get a group of us together and work in the garden for a few hours this weekend? Weeding and watering and everything else would take a lot less time with a group.
I'd love to come help some time! Text me a day or days that would work in your schedule!