Working on the farm, Photos of the Student Organic Farm at MSU

Working on the farm, Photos of the Student Organic Farm at MSU

Photobucket I've been spending a lot more time at the Student Organic Farm since I got done working at Bordine Nursery. As much as I like making money I am glad to be able to be back at the farm and am waiting to hear if I got into the organic farming certification program. The above photo are the new chicks that they just got at the farm. Last week helped to trellis tomatoes and hill potatoes, in the process of hilling I got about 12 potatoes. After work Brendon and I climbed up in the apricot tree and ate some fresh apricots. Here are some photos from the farm. Photobucket Huron Field where they are growing cabbage, chard, onions, and beets. Photobucket Russian blue cabbage. Photobucket Egyptian Walking Onion a perennial onion that is top setting like you can see. The best part about them is you can eat the whole thing. I am just fascinated by them and the strange beautiful shapes they make. Photobucket ripe tomatoes. Photobucket Hoop House #3, this is where they are growing tomatoes and just tomatoes. Photobucket Tomato Blossom
Some of my hydrangeas

Some of my hydrangeas

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This is the view when you first walk in

This is the view when you first walk in

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Gooseberries

Gooseberries

Room Spam!

Room Spam!