This last Saturday we chopped and dropped our winter cover crops in a few of our garden beds to get ready to plant more heat loving crops like okra, cucumbers, and watermelon. The cover crops will make a nice green mulch and continue to protect the soil as the sun gets closer. We also trimmed our winter cover crops that we are growing with our corn to give the crop the sun it really needs to take off. We also fertilized the corn with fish emulsion, which are ready for beans next week.The winter wheat was too fun to cut back and we are going to harvest some to make a tiny loaf of bread. We got our tomatoes trellis using the string method and pinched off a few flowers to give the plant more time to get green growth. Lot's of winter crops ready to harvest: Sugar Magnolia Tendril Peas, garlic scapes, lettuce, asparagus, radishes and some love-in-a-mist blooms.
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