Issac's Garden

Intern Profile

I want to work at the garden because: I have a garden at my house and I thought it would be a challenge (as it is so far).

Two of my personal goals for working at the Dallas Youth Garden this summer are:

1. to have a sustaining garden

2. to have at least 5 pumpkins this seasons

Two things I hope to learn for working at the Dallas Youth Garden are:

1. how to better take care of plants

2. how to harvest the veggies

I think my biggest challenge will be: keeping the plants alive

My favorite vegetable or fruit is: pickled beets

I hope to contribute this to the garden this year: by having good produce and being a good team member

Garden Plan:

Vegetables and Flowers Planted (list in order):

zinna

butternut squash

radish

acorn squash

crookneck squash

yellow squash

tomatos

peppers

carrots

beets

dill

zucchini

lettuce

dill

pumpkins


Rows of vegetables planted: 15

Number of different kinds of vegetables planted: 14

Planned Garden Yield: 263

Total Biggest Producer: zucchini

Time Sheet:

May Days Off: 2

Extra Days: 0

Days Late: 0

June Days Off: 0

Extra Days: 1

Days Late: 0

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August Days Off: Answer

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September Days Off: Answer

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Final Thoughts:

My favorite vegetable was Answer

Because: Answer

Final Thoughts:

My most productive vegetable was Answer and I harvested _ Answer__ Pounds.

My least productive vegetable was __ Answer__ and I harvested_ Answer_ Pounds.

My total harvest for the year was _ Answer_ Pounds.

My favorite job was: Answer

My least favorite job was: Answer

I could have done better at: . Answer

I did the best I could doing: picking the right size of produce. Answer

The two things I learned most at the garden this year were: Answer

1. Answer

2. Answer

Garden Log:

May 1-7: Zoom meetings and planned my garden.

May 8-14: Planted my garden

May 15-21: Planted my garden

May 22-28 : laid down hay/worked on my website

May 29-June 4: laid down hay

June 5-11: laid down hay

June 12-18: thinned radishes and weeded

June 19-25: Thinned, fertilized, weeded,

June 26 - July 2: Weeded, laid bark dust

July 3 - 9: Weeded, picked squashes

July 10 - 16: Weeded, picked squashes

July 17 - 23:

July 24 - 30:

July 31 - Aug 6:

August 7 - 13:

August 14 - 20:

August 21 - 27:

Recipe:

Ingredients:

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How to Cook It:

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Picture:

Food Assistance:

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Garden Project/Problem Solved

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Communication :Answer