Lettuce, under a hoop-supported layer of medium weight row cover in the unheated greenhouse, is crisp, colorful, and fresh as daisies. This lettuce mix was planted in October, and some of it cut once in December, and now it's waiting out the winter. Outside low so far: not bad, … [Read more...] about Won’t give in to the cold
The earliest ever tomatoes experiment begins... Parts of the plan include a proven super-early variety, multiple seedling start dates, and the unheated greenhouse! … [Read more...] about Seedlings in January!
Winter farming in a nutshell: Sundown, New Year's Day 2017, checking up on the greenhouse after a rattler of a windy night. The snow buildup, the low-riding sun captured by plastic over hoops of steel - it's all still here! :) … [Read more...] about Winter farming in a nutshell
[From 3-Jun-2016] Not the best place for them to be, basking in the sun, but it's only for a moment, fresh in from the field, and they're also bathing in chilly well water. Mustards, mizunas, lettuces, kales, bok choi, more... Salad mixes are what's up for the moment, hanging in … [Read more...] about Greens in the sun
A tiny landscape of lettuces: Especially with the hot, dry weather we've been having, you can't go wrong with a few trays of leaf lettuce seedlings, lending support to the baby greens in the field! Transplanted at 8-10" spacing, lettuces in a variety of colors and … [Read more...] about Lettuce landscape