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July 9th: The Day of No Phenology

Today I arrived at the Hjelm House and was greeted by this little guy.

 

A tree frog waiting to say hello to everyone!

A tree frog waiting to say hello to everyone!

This morning was the first in forever that we didn’t do phenology! Tomorrow we get to spend the whole day doing phenology at ALL of the sites! Amy and I got to adventure out this morning to GPS at a lot of sites. There were only a few points at each, so it went smooth and quick. Gina and Danny did the same, and now we are done GPSing! That means for our big phenology day tomorrow, we will get to use accurate maps at every site! Woohoo! The rest of the flower children worked out in P1 for the morning. They flagged and twist tied the remaining flowering plants.

At lunchtime, Amy and Brad Dykstra stopped in on their way home from checking on one of Amy’s plots in South Dakota.

We spent the afternoon in P1 doing a review of all the plants. We want to make sure the row, position, and twist ties match the other phenology records.

Hattie found a little bud hiding near the base that needed to be twist tied!

Hattie found a little bud hiding near the base that needed to be twist tied!

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