What are you harvesting atm?

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Re: What are you harvesting atm?

Post: # 286222Post doofaloofa »

Swades

About half way through the field, with 2 more months of feeding

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Re: What are you harvesting atm?

Post: # 286225Post tosca »

We are also having a stupidly mild winter, there is usually nothing in at this time of the year except lettuce and over wintering alliums. We are still getting carrots, beets, celery, kale, sprouts, cabbage, psb, herbs including chives and parsley.

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Re: What are you harvesting atm?

Post: # 286232Post ina »

Just remembered I've got some scorzerona out there that I haven't even looked at...
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Re: What are you harvesting atm?

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Brussels, leeks, cabbage, broccoli and a couple of beetroot today. Well start the year as we mean to go on.

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Post: # 286245Post Odsox »

Normal stuff for this time of year, like Flo I have Brussels, Leeks, Jan King Cabbages, Broccoli and white Beetroot, but also Carrots, spring Onions, just about to start the winter Lettuce and of course a few Tomatoes.
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Post: # 286247Post Penny Lane »

Just kale now, although there's plenty of water if anyone wants it? ;)
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Re: What are you harvesting atm?

Post: # 286277Post maple »

tony your crops haven't been affected by the rain ? i am trying to plan out my garden, from the hmmm field/bog:water areas !any tips greatly appreciated !

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Post: # 286278Post Odsox »

maple wrote:tony your crops haven't been affected by the rain ?
No, rain and wind doesn't bother me too much as I grow just about everything under cover.
I have 2 tunnels, 2 greenhouses (soon to be three) and a conservatory.
I gave up trying to beat the elements years ago.
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Re: What are you harvesting atm?

Post: # 286279Post maple »

good thinking...do you need to water a lot in a warm summer ?

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Post: # 286281Post Odsox »

maple wrote:a warm summer ?
I'll let you know when we get one. :lol:

....on the other hand, I have overhead sprinklers. Worth their weight in gold, well almost.
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Post: # 286282Post maple »

:iconbiggrin: :iconbiggrin: and you can shower as well, good eco sense.....i thought 2 summera ago it was very warm....even last autumn it was very dry...well until november rolled in.... :iconbiggrin:

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Re: What are you harvesting atm?

Post: # 286295Post okra »

Still have kale, some brussels, perpetual spinach, winter lettuces in the greenhouse and we have 3 rows of potatoes to dig when the rain stops and the ground dries out a bit. Some spuds have regenerated with the mild conditions but will no doubt die off as soon as we get the 1st heavy frost

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Puddles and rain water, standing water and run off ...

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Re: What are you harvesting atm?

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leeks, parsnips,tundra cabbage

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Post: # 286547Post Green Aura »

We still have two stalks of sprouts - can't bring myself to pick them but I expect I'll have to soon.
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