Rinse station icon (the white plastic laundry sink)


[From 22-Jun-2012] Friday is harvest day and we turn to the almost iconic white plastic laundry sink as veggie washing station. It’s a one-tub day today, with only beet greens to hydrocool (sometimes dunking in water is to wash off dirt, usually, and especially with above-ground crops, it’s to cool them down to keep ‘em fresh, and the term for that is, yep, hydrocooling). The legs on this one gave out, so Jon replaced plastic with wood—a fair bit heavier overall for something we move around and stack, but then, still in service. Make do!

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One Response to “Rinse station icon (the white plastic laundry sink)”

  1. I need to make one of these for next season. Overall love your blog, glad I found it. Especially the reposts of old posts, gets my mind back to spring and summertime.

    -Alex Lipinsky

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