by A.J. Coltrane
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September 15, 2013 post here.
35 pounds of stuff today, 47 pounds for the week(!) We’re now over 200 pounds of produce for the year.
Today’s harvest. It mostly covered the dining room table:
Tuesday looks paltry by comparison:
I like this Tigerella photo:
Where did all that veg come from? The Taxis contributed over 10 pounds of it. The “before” picture:
That’s mostly odd-shaped Romas on the right. The “after” picture is next. Note that the Oregon Spring (front right) have been pruned down to the ground. If you look closely you’ll see the stub:
The Tigerella (left) and Sun Gold (right):
The Brussels Sprouts are finally getting going:
Next up are three plants that about done, starting with the basil:
The once-mighty zucchini (though there are still a few fruits on the plant):
That’s ok though, we’ve started some Romaine and Arugula for the winter:
Something had been digging in the container, so I put up the hoops and covered the assembly with bird netting. It seems to have stopped the digging. The seedlings are about a week ahead of last year’s, though the first attempt in 2013 got wiped out by slugs.
Finally, a bonus boy cat pic. I think this week was supposed to be the girl’s “turn”, but here he is playing with a poor tomatillo: