Sampling what they sow


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Izaiah Smet, Blake Trissel, and Jeremiah Millet, sample freshly-picket spinach from harvested from the garden project across from Piqua Central Intermediate School on Wednesday. The fifth graders each picked a spinach leaf and, after rinsing it, got to eat from the plants they grew.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Izaiah Smet, Blake Trissel, and Jeremiah Millet, sample freshly-picket spinach from harvested from the garden project across from Piqua Central Intermediate School on Wednesday. The fifth graders each picked a spinach leaf and, after rinsing it, got to eat from the plants they grew.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Izaiah Smet, Blake Trissel, and Jeremiah Millet, sample freshly-picket spinach from harvested from the garden project across from Piqua Central Intermediate School on Wednesday. The fifth graders each picked a spinach leaf and, after rinsing it, got to eat from the plants they grew.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Izaiah Smet, Blake Trissel, and Jeremiah Millet, sample freshly-picket spinach from harvested from the garden project across from Piqua Central Intermediate School on Wednesday. The fifth graders each picked a spinach leaf and, after rinsing it, got to eat from the plants they grew.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/10/web1_102517mju_pcis_gardenharvest.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Izaiah Smet, Blake Trissel, and Jeremiah Millet, sample freshly-picket spinach from harvested from the garden project across from Piqua Central Intermediate School on Wednesday. The fifth graders each picked a spinach leaf and, after rinsing it, got to eat from the plants they grew.