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Feeding the garden

BotRdKindergarten is talking about growing Carrot, Cauliflower, Peas from Bay of Plenty

Finally we feed our garden some worm wozzle! The children collected up the bottles and carefully poured it onto the carrots, peas and cauliflowers. We are all excited to see if it helps our vegetables grow :) We will give you an update next wee...

Read on | comments | Posted at 11:06am on 24th June 2011

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All is going well

BotRdKindergarten is talking about growing Carrot, Cauliflower, Peas from Bay of Plenty

This week we have been keeping an eye on our plants progression and making sure that they are regularly watered. Our peas are continuing to excell as several more have started to flower. They are also starting to climb the string so are no long...

Read on | comments | Posted at 15:06pm on 17th June 2011

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One survivor

BotRdKindergarten is talking about growing Carrot, Cauliflower, Peas from Bay of Plenty

The last few weeks have been very busy at kindergarten and we are yet to put our worm woozle onto our plants. However this week we have been out to check our garden and our peas are growing fantastically!! We have one particular plant that...

Read on | comments | Posted at 13:06pm on 10th June 2011

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Making our worm wozzle

BotRdKindergarten is talking about growing Carrot, Cauliflower, Peas from Bay of Plenty

Today Susu (one of our teachers) worked with a group of children to make some worm wozzle. This is made out of the worm castings from our worm farm and topped up with water.The children then poured the worm wozzle from a tea pot into ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 13:05pm on 30th May 2011

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The String is up for our climbers!

BotRdKindergarten is talking about growing Peas from Bay of Plenty

We have now secured our string onto a lovely bamboo post for our pea plants to climb onto. All is going well with their progress and they are looking beautiful and healthy. We are now starting to train them to climb as they seem to be more inte...

Read on | comments | Posted at 14:05pm on 25th May 2011

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