Three tomato plants started in March in the house and transplanted into pots in the greenhouse are ready to bear fruit.
These salad greens supplied us more than enough from March into May when daytime temperatures were 120 deg F. A ceiling vent with a fan would definitely help.
Cucumbers also started in March, have been yielding cucs for the last two weeks. Leaving the door open is enough to get the flowers pollinated.
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With over 50 families, the Community Garden has shaped up quite nicely even with the really dry April and most of May and then the really wet Jun.
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I finished wiring their wooded paddock and let them out on it. They really seem to enjoy themselves with lots of places to root around.
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