Overnight snow turned our muddy browns of spring back to white, and after a spell of welcome warmth, it's cold days and freezing nights again for most of the next week or two, if forecasts turn out to be right. Waiting for the field to dry out enough to work, which in recent … [Read more...] about It’s white again
The snow's gone, replaced by puddles and mud. You can still see the road through the trees—the only aerial green so far is evergreen. An overall browned-out scene, but what's not in the pic is the vigorous twittering of birds, the tantalizing hint of real warmth in the still … [Read more...] about Looking for leaves
There's official calendar Spring, and then there's spring in the field, that ignores exact dates and goes by the weather, marking winter as over whenever the freezing temperatures end. If today's two-week weather forecast is anything to go by—it is, in this case, when being off … [Read more...] about Spring begins with the weather!
Spring, soon! So far, though, still chilly and winterish. The photo describes it perfectly: not much snow, but cold enough for the thin layer to stick around (-10°C/14°F at night). And no signs of fresh new green growth just yet... It's good to know, because it's happened before, … [Read more...] about Today’s weather
The steel and plastic for a 108'x30' double-walled hoophouse, just delivered to the field. Up before snow falls? That's the plan, but it's only 50:50, depending on the weather. … [Read more...] about Steel in the field