It is amazing to me to see the old pictures of when we first started the raised beds.
Now we have some fertile growing media and are in full swing for spring harvest. The cover crops have been terminated and mowed and are getting ready for tomatoes, beans, and peppers. It is still too early to plant those, but not too early to get the space ready to go.
I got the trellis up for the sugar snaps and if the deer do not eat them we will have a fine harvest. I am using cattle panel as my trellis as it will last for many seasons. I am going to do the same when I trellis the tomatoes. I mulched with hay to keep the weeds down and the soil moist for this cool season crop
Carrots take quite some time to germinate and get started but they are coming on now and will be part of the produce boxes for the seniors in a month or two. I will start lots more later in the season.
Senior Farmer’s Market voucher season starts this week and I am hoping to add radishes to the spinach, lettuce and broccoli.