Harvesting Hallowe’en pumpkins

Published Monday, 28th October 2019 in Study at SRUC news

Photo: Elaine Livingstone
Students from SRUC Oatridge harvest pumpkins for Halloween. Photo: Elaine Livingstone

Horticulture and Garden Design students Will Ross, Rachel Elliot and Simon Drozdek harvested pumpkins for Hallowe’en at Scotland’s Rural College.

The students picked the pumpkins from the allotment at SRUC’s Oatridge campus in West Lothian, with the help of their Hallowe’en scarecrow.

As part of their National Certificate course, the students are learning about a range of topics, including home and allotment gardening, soft landscaping, general and specialist planting and basic botany.

Find out more about studying at Scotland’s Rural College.

SRUC Oatridge students Craig Tweedie, Amy Miller, Rachel Elliot and Nathan Currie harvest Halloween pumpkins

SRUC Oatridge students Craig Tweedie, Amy Miller, Rachel Elliot and Nathan Currie harvest Halloween pumpkins

 

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