Monday, March 15, 2010

The Tomatoes are Down

This was the first spring cleanup weekend. I spent hours, literally, on the weedeater, while Cel did the mowing duties. Sounds like a chore, but really, it was quite enjoyable work.

The main tomato crop, 14 in all, is down into the new no-till beds. They all have a nice thick mulch of Oak Leaves Cow Manure or Compost for fertilizer. It'll be Spray-n-Grow and Bill's Perfect Fertilizer from here on their all organic diet. I finally got the two Rain Trees from Helen planted, which completes my Rain Tree Grove Project. I still have the new Blueberry bushes to plant, but with daylight savings time kicking in that should be easy to get done this week.

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