Sprouts—the tinier tiny farming! After two Saturdays of buying them by the bag at the farmers' market, I'm totally hooked! I want to grow sprouts, the nutritional claims are quite amazing, most of all, I really love the taste and crunch of EATING them (mostly, by the … [Read more...] about Sprouts!
Archives for May 2009
Another big Friday showing of people in the field: Chris, Libby, Jordan and Lynn transplant broccoli and cauliflower, while Andie is on a solo rototilling mission in the other field. Later, everyone got together to plant a few hundred onion seedlings and sets. And some other … [Read more...] about Transplanting team…
What's in a photo? Depends what you're looking for! Take this pic of Andie, rototilling today with the Kubota. Pretty straightforward: woman, machine, field. BUT, can you spot practically EVERY main part of a really tiny farm (at least, of this one), represented right … [Read more...] about Spot the tiny farm!
It's a jumble of seedlings around the seedling room, inside and out. Actually, it looks like a good part of the entire market garden, neatly in miniature, lined up in trays... Due to a pile of one-thing-waiting-on-another (for example, we have to run electricity for the fan that … [Read more...] about Seedlings queue up
At this point in the season, EVERY day is a field day, unless it's totally rained out. Today was no exception. Lynn brought a couple of friends, Julia and Tom, to check things out and lend a hand. They're off to work in one of our fine parks this summer, but wanted to see what … [Read more...] about A field day