Can you see the hot?
It was warm this past Sunday.
I tried to post on Monday, but there are many photos & my phone dropped the thread & so none of it was saved…
Sooooo, Take 2.
It was the second to last day of seeding for the 2015 season, & Sebastian was holding down the Yin.
During a pause while filling trays, I asked Bob if he could let me know before the cover-plastic was unrolled so I could take a photo of the boxes…
He asked if instead I’d take photos of the boxes as they were filled up through the day…
Seriously, I have the cushy job.
I’ll try to keep the small & large boxes in order (I’ll be more methodical next time)
Above, the top box is the large, their tomato box comes later.
the bottom box (the one with the 1/2 peck box of tomatoes) is the small.
Back to the seeding…
24 trays in all
10 Spinach, 4 Sylvetta Arugula, 4 Lettuce, 2 Red Pac Choi, 2 Red Mustard, 2 Mizuna.
The ones outside a little further along.
All these greens will head to the hoop houses & high tunnels in time.
Chard drip-draining before being set into boxes.
Small on top, Large below.
Bob sets leeks into the Large boxes.
“Shining the zucchini” with a cloth, removing any stuck on stuff from the field.
Small on top, large on bottom.
I’ve tried three times to load a short video of Garrett’s hands washing carrots, but WP on my phone keeps crashing.
Suffice it to say that Bob intends to invest in a rotating drum spray method for next season. Garrett is super fast on the sprayer, but I guess the rotating drum is a faster way.
Into the box they go.
Edamame happy dance!
Those were seeded in early June & here they are!!
One of the workers generously gave me a mounded quart full. One of the many benefits of working here.
Here are two “smalls”
Bob knows details about each CSA member regarding any vegetables they may need to avoid…
So every now and again, some of the boxes will have slightly different contents.
You’d never know there was a lot of vegetable action going on underneath this layer of leafy greens.
Large boxes with tomatoes on top, a final sweep of vegetable droppings, plastic comes over, & Bob sets out Brussels Sprout tops at the “extras” area.
Week 14 ready for pick-up.
Did I mention it was hot?
It was SO hot & all the workers were amazing & lunch was a time of great delight & welcomed rest.
Blessings on Late Summer.