Please come help us on Saturday October 27th between 8 and noon: As you can see, we have some tomato hornworm visitors in beds 1 and 2: please bring some zip lock bags, deposit any and all worms and dispose...I know it's yucky but it's the only organic method of controlling them.
There may be ripe tomatoes: feel them to see if they give a little. If ripe, please pick them. If the girl scouts are up, give them to the girl scouts. Otherwise, someone please take them to the kitchen at All Saints on Sunday morning, or drop them off at my house (Barb Linder 278-2987).
Please bring a cultivating tool, and do some weeding on our back hill: Steve Hough will continue to provide additional irrigation for us there, and I think we will plant pumpkin seeds there in the spring!! Steve will be there Saturday morning setting up irrigation for our new raised beds. If you would like to donate a tool, put it in our little shed: the combination for the lock is 0070. Feel free to use anything in there, return tools and lock the shed when you're all done.
NOVEMBER 3, 8:00A.M. WRITE IT IN YOUR CALENDAR. PLEASE TURN OUT TO HELP TROOP 33 BUILD AND INSTALL OUR 5 AND 6TH RAISED BEDS!!!
Our fall crops are starting to come in: below are the pea vines.
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