On Tuesday Kenny had an idea of stapling the wood to the orange Polycrub wrapping and we made label signs.
In ranger club we planted some white dukes and then put the labels were the tatties.A big thanks to William Shearer for gifting us the tatties and fertiliser. We all hope they grow soon.
Yesterday we were planting tatties. We planted White Dukes, White Dukes have a dry mealy texture and also have a firm pale yellow flesh. White Dukes are first earlies but next we are planting Kestrels which are second earlies, Kestrels are a creamy, fleshed fairly dry textured tattie.
When we were planting the tatties we put them 30 cm apart along the way and 60 cm across, we did three rows, two rows had seven and one row had six.