Here we are as of Sunday, March 30 - with snow drifts at the north line that might actually reach up to Tammy's armpits in spots still. They are about half the size they were a few weeks ago, but that's still alot of snow to melt. The good news is that these continue to melt - and if we get some rain, it will accelerate the process.
|Tammy and Mrranda give perspective to drifts on the farm.|
|Remaining snow looks solid, but it just doesn't work to walk on them.|
|4" Soil Temperature Report - FREEZING (still)|
|Well, that apple tree won't come back.|
|The cats suggested a picnic|
|I think the plastic is on its last legs|
|Stakes are great! Test frost depth AND repair high tunnels.|
The inside of the tunnel has some green and growing things. But, they are still slow to get going. The spinach is small and most of the kale is barely coming back. Clearly a rough winter for overwintering things in the high tunnel at GFF.
|Blue Scotch kale attempting a comeback|
|Spinach! Soon we can pick a little of it.|
|Ooooooh! Who messed up that wall?|
|Aha! The culprit is found!|