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Cancelled Ag Show comes into blossom online

The island’s traditional Agricultural Exhibition should have started today, but has had to be sidelined because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

However, pupils at the Bermuda Institute in Southampton have staged a mini-Ag Show online with produce from their vegetable gardens.

The children also decided during their online lessons this week to donate their produce to help feed the island’s homeless.

Latoya Tull, a teacher at the school, said she had “never seen such a strong drive from students desiring to learn more about cultivation”.

She added: “This year was promised to be an exceptional one because we had more students who showed a keen interest in being a part of the Ag Show.

“Our principal, Wayne Edwards, had already provided an area on the campus for growing produce because this was an important component of our school.

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