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Our bean patch isn't huge but it's managing to produce far more than we can consume. Time to process the excess for use over winter.
While the power is still reliable and affordable, freezing is our preservation method of choice.February 09, 2011
Four months ago I planted a small handful of beans in an area of about six square meters.
Now they are ready to pick and I have gathered in at least 30 - 40 times what I planted.
This has got to be one of the best and easy to measure returns on effort expended.March 20, 2011
I have been digging potatoes, clearing ground for winter improvements and mulching.
6 of the bigger plants that had been in since late September (209 days) resulted in this assortment of spuds, drying inside before going into storage.April 25, 2011
Details The last 2 apple trees are now ready for picking. For some reason, these are some of the cleanest apples we have had this year.
Both of these trees have been improved with supporting / companion plants such as bulbs, foxgloves, lupins and strawberries.Date May 18, 2011
Details It's high summer, we've passed the longest day and our garlic had been in the ground for 7 months.
This represents about 40-50% of the crop and is the first time we have grown garlic at our place.Date December 27, 2011