Saturday, November 13, 2010

Fall crops

Radishes are doing great--I am experimenting with not thinning them and letting them fight it out. French breakfast radishes are so narrow, I think it will work fine. In between the rows are the spottily germinating beets and parsnips.

The spinach and arugula seedlings I purchased from the farmers' market are doing well, with the latter recovering from the cabbage worms.

The fava beans--a delicious winter cover crop, are coming in nicely. (here with cilantro)

The dill and parsley are happy too.I found lots of lettuce cropping up--from the plants I let go to seed in summer. I spaced them out today and thinned the carrots.

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