|Germinating Fava. 3.6.16|
|New Strawberry bed. 3.6.16|
The first favas have emerged. These are the variety "Windsor". I think this is about 3 weeks. They are not pre-soaked. I did not worry about placing them with hilum down. The white pellets are Sluggo slug bait. I read favas are tasty plants, the slug bait is prophylactic.
The strawberries all grew, every plant. Starks did a nice job with them.
Garlic is growing fast.
Many of the potatoes that I planted from salvaged, very sprouted saved potatoes, are showing thick green leaves.
There are also seedlings of spinach, kohlrabi, radishes, and turnips growing at the old place, in wine barrel containers, and the second crop of favas along with snow peas to germinate in the next 2 weeks.
|Salvaged Potato Sprouts Growing. 3.6.16|