Here my friend Tim performed plant upkeep.
Tim trimmed a pair of pear trees.
SeedLuck w/ Baris 2023-3-3
We left our clothes at the trail intersection with the intention to return with wildflower seeds.
not pictured: 3 gallons of finished tropical fruit biochar compost and lunch (1 orange, 1 grapefruit, 1/2 pineapple and 1/3 mango)
Life Force 🪴🏃 Plantathon
The Plantathon at Life Force consists of gathering donated plants and seeds and finding locations to plant them.
Activity Leaders (tentative): Leela, Jeff, Kaitlyn, Ben, Michael
Materials: shovels, plant protector fences, stakes, container plants & seed packets.
Here is where seeds are sown.
Seed Kinds & Quantities
- 8-12 avocado
- 5-8 mango
- many papaya
- many cantaloupe
Fruit from Sprouts
Sowed avo & mango 3-5’ apart along 30’ span
Buried seeds with mixed fruit skins/rinds
Dry leaves cover 5-15 inches deep, below is either:
- wet decomposing leaves & soil
- dry crumbly dirt
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This is a site where compost was deposited in 3 holes on 12/3/20.
- Orange rinds
- Apple cores
- Banana peels
- Wilted greens
- Cooked food waste
- Amaranth, quinoa
- Cooking oils
Here There Gardens
Leela 💩 Commits
I believe that submitting our excrement to soil is an innate right and benefit to the ecosystem.
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