Our Batch 36 Basic level students completed their field practice exam this April prior to their graduation in May. In groups of two, they showcased their proficiency in basic farming: they cleaned the beds, added mulch to soil, excavated the soil, measured the plants, planted crops and made a ground forest. These are the basic skills needed for farming along with real commitment and teamwork. We observe the quality of this field practice after the students have completed their 100-day course to examine whether the students are able to apply the knowledge we have been teaching them over their program. At the end of each final test, we award 10 ten highest achievers with recognition of their success.