A diary of the day to day happenings on our homestead.The good days, the bad days and those bordering on total chaos...
Saturday, June 28, 2014
The last of the garlic came out of the ground, along with the onions. The soil was so dry they all had to be dug by hand with a shovel. Tomorrow we will go in and till those rows for late summer crowder peas.
Doug finally finished the fields and got the Millet seed spread. It wasn't long after he finished an early afternoon thunderstorm rolled through. Certainly a welcome sight to settle the fields and get the seed going.
I planted a new round of kale, spinach and lettuce in the cold frame beds. While planting I discovered this:
Hmmm...where are you evil horn worm? I find him and his whole family! Thank goodness or the tomatoes would have been gone tomorrow.