"I tried implementing what I learned through the school this summer from seed to harvest and we had some good success, which really made me like a happy kid again. It was a small garden space, about 20’ x 12’, but we this year harvested a good amount of cherry tomatoes, medium size tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers, Korean hot peppers, Russian kale, Swiss chard, lettuce, green beans, dill, eggplant, and other plants I don’t know the English name for. Unfortunately, some crops didn’t make it to fruit, but I was too happy with the ones that did to complain. There was a very noticeable difference in the amount of fruitage this year compared to last year. I’m convinced myself now that a large part of it was because of the soil preparation as suggested at the start of spring (maybe would have been better if I started earlier in winter). But overall, I really got to see how God can bless by following the simple yet powerful principles He designed in nature. I really got to give credit where credit is due, so I thank God and thank you for sharing the knowledge and wisdom to the masses."
Roy Kim - New York USA