A last tray of onions—Red Wing hybrid red onions that did well last year—is hanging around the seedling room. What are they doing still not in the ground? Well, most of our onions—Stuttgarter-type yellow cooking, yellow Spanish, Red Wing, around 3,o00 in all—are already planted, … [Read more...] about More onions
More slow but steady planting out. Flat-leaf and curly parsley, started so long ago, finally hit the field by the hands of Libby and Lynn. Later in the afternoon, we started one section of potatoes. The timing this spring is...unusual. We're still tilling and retilling sections … [Read more...] about Filling the fields continues
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…
With the timing of the move to the new farm, there was no fall garlic planting for this year. Very sad—over the last three seasons, we've grown 2,000-3,000 bulbs a year, it's a much-loved crop all around (starting with me!), and it's been the very first sign of new veggie life as … [Read more...] about Spring garlic?
Tomatoes that appeared in their 200-cell trays only a couple of weeks ago are already competing hard (using the old let-my-leaves-overlap-yours tactic) with their neighbors, fighting for a place under the fluorescent sun. A month ago, every seedling looked like a little miracle … [Read more...] about Jostling tomatoes