First Taylor came over and we played a game where the group leaders wrote names of fruits and vegetables on tape and stuck them on our foreheads and we had to guess them. Tisha had pear, Kaliko had the broccoli, Pam had plum, and I had the bean.
After Taylor's story we went to the garden then told all the unexperienced students about papayas and there genders which one is a male, which one is a female, and which one is a hermaphodite. Also why the agriculture markets like the hermaphodite papayas then the fertilized female papayas
Then we went to the garden there was a lot of plants and insects. I took a picture of this beautiful sunflower. Nice job Ben that garden is like a dream garden. Also nice job Brandon at taking the picture.#propicturetakingskillsThen we went to the rain garden and got to tell what the rain garden does and how it helps.
Then we went to the garden there was a lot of plants and insects. I took a picture of this beautiful sunflower. Nice job Ben that garden is like a dream garden. Also nice job Brandon at taking the picture.#propicturetakingskills
These are cherry tomatoes and if you have good eyes like me *'_'*. You can see the green bug on the tomato and Taylor said that it is a kind of stink bug that is good and eats the aphids.
We found a nice, sweet, juicy, slimy cacao pod that is ripe and good for sucking the seeds they were sweet.
Then we went to the coffee plants or trees we wanted to go into the maze and we're allowed it was huge this picture is the top canopy of the coffee. Me and Kaliko were able to get out but someone named Nathan had a death wish cause he didn't how far he was in the coffee maze.
Now we are learning about good insects that are good for a garden. This is a picture of a show case that shows all the predators for all the damaging insects.
This is a picture of the two bees that Kaliko sucked it up. If you have a siphon and are scared of bugs then suck it up.