Last seen planting garlic in November as we headed into winter, Lynn is BACK IN THE FIELD, getting a head start on spring. It was great to see her again and...continue! We headed out to the greenhouse and spent three hours or so, bagging the last of the grass mulch, pulling … [Read more...] about Back to the field!
Archives for March 2008
Another snowstorm, come and gone. It snowed steadily all of yesterday, with pretty high winds, but most of the accumulation seemed to be overnight. Today, azure skies, brilliant sun, tons of snow in drifts piled high. Looks like we're one more heavy fall away from all-time … [Read more...] about Slightly snowbound
Celery has been surging up over the last day or so, 10 days after seeding. This is Utah 52-70, a pretty common variety. Celery is a member of the carrot family (Apiaceae), along with parsley, parsnip, fennel, Gotu Kola, caraway, cumin, CARROTS, cilantro/coriander, chervil, dill, … [Read more...] about Celery!
Seedling production is on about the same schedule as last year, except there are a few new things on the go: celery, onions, leek, celeriac. The three grow racks aren't yet full (and there's a fourth to build), but all that will change in a couple of days, when peppers and … [Read more...] about Seedlings continue to grow…
Took a trip to town today. During the winter, I get in once every 3-4 weeks, so it's a bit of a novelty. This time in, we checked out an agricultural show, 28th year, filling the new fairground's 45,000 sq ft of indoor exhibition space. It was quite busy, geared to the bigger … [Read more...] about Trip to town