State of the Farm Report, end of April

This is what the fields looked like this morning.

Jet posing in the garlic:

The transplanted lettuce is coming along:

The transplanted onions are still small, but growing:

 The sweet peas have germinated:

20 rows of mangel beets (2/3 acre, for animal feed) are planted, but not yet up:

Drainage is working! Huzzah.

Mark loves having his picture taken:

One thought on “State of the Farm Report, end of April

  1. Thanks for this view into a farm on the other side of the world. Although it is heading towards winter here in Australia, I am planting and growing some of the same things as you- garlic, peas, lettuce and oniona (and all of our winter brassica crops).
    Best wishes for the growing season.
    Tracy