The season’s first field planting of salad greens, making a brief public appearance from under row cover, where they’re in flea beetle protection – we’re weeding today. Mustards, bok choi, arugula (a brassica relative), mizunas and more. So perfectly tasty, plucked straight from the ground, with a little dirt garnish for good measure…
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To collect fantastic plate of mixed greens verging on each month of the year, you have to keep up a prepared supply of youthful transplants. The best way to do it is to sow a squeeze or two of seeds each week, either inside or out.
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