Besides harvesting, today was a big weeding day, and we need one or two more big weeding days to get caught up. All of the the lettuces and celeriac got hoed. We ran the tiller between the rows in the experimental corn, beans and squash planting. And, not on the weeding front, we got the wire up for the tomato and cucumber trellis, but didn't have time to actually tie yet. The tomato plants are looking good, and I'm sure they'll look even better once they're off the ground. A little warm, sunny weather is on its way and it's probably just what the fields need right now.
I'll admit, I probably didn't get around to taking a photo today because I was busy sneaking into the blueberries every spare moment I had. The plants are loaded and if you're interested in getting some you should come out to the farm this weekend. You can check out the blueberry page for more information. I'll try to make sure to get a field photo posted soon. Things are changing fast out there.
Sneaky Blueberry Eater