I'm still here. In fact, found some photos from the last week so I'll use them to jump back into blogging.
This was the last successful pan of fodder. This one was thick and perfect. Now I have two pans of seeds that won't sprout (for days now). When life slows down I'll have to perfect a growing method especially since chicken feed just went up another $3 to $22.95 per 50 lb. bag. I'm lucky if it lasts a week so I'm going to have to supplement with something else or get rid of some birds.
right in town. I think only some vehicles were lost. Also, an old night club (since closed down) burned to the ground. I worked there back in '92.
Tink reminded me about compost tea so I made some with my worm castings I stored from last year. Hopefully, it will give a boost to my pathetic plants. With all that went on last week I was unable to keep up. I killed about 500 plants and some of the surviving ones are pathetic. I sure hope this helps my cucumbers snap out of their near death state.
Chris, one of the world's greatest gardeners gave me a tip to use bottles to water the roots of my tomato plants. (I hope they snap out of it, too).
It's cloudy today, but still 65* so I am out to soak it in! Happy Wednesday friends.