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Yes, one of the guys had a drone which he caught a tree late in the afternoon.
No more Zeta here?
That guy in the video had his plow dialed in perfect, notice the flat bottom and the side 90 degrees to the bottom.
ah - the fine points of plowing ...
Spinach almost ready for harvest! Green beans will be planted in place.
... and then there are people like me who just bought a bag of baby spinach at the supermarket!
The garlic crop.
Next to be planted.
> garlic crop
Now that's something I can't do without, I would need a large planting. I suspect many city folk like me don't really now if they keep for any length of time, like onions, do they store, what do you do with them?
As a kid in Germany and recall having racks of potatoes in the cellar to get us through the winter along with large ceramic jars of sauerkraut, fermenting cabbage in it's juices , packed with layers of salt and spices. Funny how nowadays I order kimchi at Korean restaurants, same thing, just spicier.
do they store, what do you do with them?
Yup they store well. Probably in late June they'll get pulled with the above ground leaves and allowed to dry. Keep in a bowl under the counter they'll last through winter.