The okra, on the left, is booming, while the leaf lettuce on the right continues to produce well beyond expectations:
The bean crops -- we have three staggered plantings at this point, with more to come -- are busting:
As you can see:
The carrots are at the point where thinning them yields edible-size carrots:
And the kale and Swiss chard continue to produce, also beyond seasonal expectations:
Unfortunately, deer discovered the tomato plants and may have set expectations back a bit:
I also planted more garlic. Alas, the bed I wanted to use looked like this:
Yes, those are weeds. When I finished weeding and planting, it looked like this:
We also did a pretty good amount of harvesting over the holiday weekend, as the summer crops are starting to produce some early results. The first potato bed -- we have two, planted a few weeks apart -- produced early results. The plants were browning. We thought they were sick, so we harvested, with surprisingly good results for so early in the potato season:
The second bed looks very healthy and should be ready for harvest in August. We also had some early representation by the squash bed:
All the peas are in and harvested, and it was not a bad showing:
The first of the beans also came in:
Still getting leaf lettuce:
Thinning the carrot bed continues to yield edible size carrots.
I'll be back at The Farm in a couple days. Lots of thunderstorms watered the crops, so we should see more good results.