Oklahomans can’t wait for the end of the year and they’re ready to plant their roots in the garden.
A new program is giving them the chance to plant, harvest, and harvest again.
This year, Oklahoma State University’s Vegetable Growers and Gardeners program is offering vegetable gardeners an opportunity to learn how to grow their own food.
The program started in October and is run by the Oklahoma State Horticultural Society and the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture.
“It’s a huge opportunity for us to get the best out of our community gardeners,” said David Hester, a member of the Society and a member with the University of Oklahoma’s Food Sciences Department.
“The program is going to be about learning the tools that you need to grow and grow vegetables and we’re going to use those to grow more vegetables,” he said.
The program will be offered through the summer, but there’s still plenty of time to plant your own food and reap the benefits of a bountiful winter.
The Oklahoma State Gardeners and Growers program will allow gardeners to apply for the $500 a year program.
Once approved, the program will start accepting applications on the university’s website, which has an application deadline of April 28.
To apply, you must:Have a valid state driver’s license or state ID card.
A valid student identification card or proof of student status.
If you don’t have a driver’s or student identification, you can get one from your college or university.
The most basic step in the process is filling out a short online application.
You’ll need to include:A photograph of your face.
A list of the types of plants you’re planting.
A description of the plants you want to grow.
A photo of a few plants that you plan to buy for your garden.
You can also fill out a list of questions on the form, such as, “What are your goals for the program?”
If you are selected, you’ll be asked to fill out more detailed information about your interests, like, “How would you like to grow vegetables in your home?
How much space are you planning on growing?”
If your answers are satisfactory, you will be invited to the program’s first meeting.
Once your interview has been completed, you and your application will go through a final stage of screening and interview.
At that point, your application is marked for review.
The interview is conducted by a team of University of Missouri scientists, including an agricultural engineering specialist, a plant pathologist, and a soil scientist.
After the interviews, you are given a green light to apply.
You will have to be a student or have a valid student ID card to participate.
The application will have the required information but the process will take about five minutes.
If you are already enrolled in the program, you don.t need to complete the entire application.
You must be at least 18 years old to participate in the Vegetable Farm program.
You should expect to work from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m., which means you’ll need a break between planting and harvesting.
There is no limit to how many plants you can plant at one time.
You can harvest more than one plant at a time and you can have as many plants as you want.
Once you have harvested a few of the veggies, you should pack them in a container for storage.
You may want to store them in an airtight container.
You don’t need to store any of the vegetables in the freezer.
Once they are harvested, you may store them at room temperature in a sealed container.
You may store vegetables in a freezer if they are cold enough.