Borrowed disc for preparing our new field areas.
Sowing the new fields to cover crop.
Fall planted cover crop maturing: crimson clover and wheat.
Installing another irrigation manifold for a new field area.
Rocks used for holding down row cover moved out of the garden on pallets. Now that we have pallet forks we can move a lot of things around on pallets. Yippee!
Lots of growth in the new tunnel; also lots of weeds.
Planting on a rainy day… gotta get it done.
Danger lurking beneath spinach leaves: a black widow.
Glad I saw you first.
An amazing collard crop.
Trellised sugar snaps in the tunnel.
Beautiful spring lettuces.
Our spring crop of shiitake mushrooms.
Scarlet queen turnips.
Sweet success on the strawberry front this year.
Bringing it all to market.
Rabbits caught in the bean patch.
Trying to catch up on the posting, now that we have what appears to be a more reliable and speedy internet connection.
6 thoughts on “Catching Up”
So glad you saw that Black Widow before you picked the spinach. Yikes!!
I see them around occasionally, usually under rocks, but it definitely surprised me to see one hiding in the spinach; I have never seen such a big black widow spider before!
I love all the pictures!! We set out to buy your vegetables this morning after seeing your website. I love that I am all the more connected to the food I’m eating after seeing this. Please continue posting interesting photographs for us city folks. =D
Michelle, so glad you found us at market! I hope you enjoy the veggies! Thanks for stopping by the website too!
Gavin and Meredith, everything (except the widow!) looks wonderful! You do such amazing things!
Thanks Amy. It is actually looking pretty dreadful out there right now. I always find it hard to keep moving forward this time of year when the pest pressures are high and weeds are starting to really get out of control, and we’ve been pushing so hard since early February. Time for a few days off I think for a little perspective. Hope things are going well for you. Your market shots look awesome!
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