Reorganizing is coming together. Not much on the harvest end, but things are starting to look up. Goal for next year: no gaps in production!
The worms are very happy.. we harvested the bottom tray:
Out in the garden, the weather is making some plants very happy.
On both ends are Italian Red Torpedo sets planted out. There is also some lettuce that was inter-cropped with the tomatoes and are producing well now (especially with the lack of nutrients the tomatoes needed!). There are one or two green onions left, to be dealt with soon. Planted one square of radishes and one of carrots. These should be able to grow now and be pulled out when the tomatoes need the room in about a month or so.
The Garlic is starting to sprout up! The Salad in containers is working out well. I think if you pick the plants often three to a one-gallon container works well, two or one to a pot for bigger plants or if you let them grow bigger (they say patience is a virtue).
Finally! It feels good to get this bed planted! The center hold one of each of the new Pepper plants we are trying out this year, the sides are Garlic, Basil, Sweet Marjoram, Green Onion and Italian Red Torpedo from a set.
A little behind on the succession sowing, still working on the perfect mixture (this one had weed seeds in it, see the container on the left? I picked those out). Since we have been frugal, and most of the seed trays are in use, saved up toiled paper rolls are being used (tested actually since we have not done this technique ourselves yet) to sprout seedlings. Grodan (rockwool) is being used for some smaller seeds (and because it’s weed-seed-free).
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