The baby great horn owls are up and showing their fluffiness. The barn owls on the other hand are in some sort of crisis. Three babies have jumped out of their box. Two have died. We're working on a variety of theories, most of which we can't do anything about.
We've fertilized the garlic and greenhouse items. We also worked on mulching the garlic. You may say to yoruselves, "why, I think I would have mulched in the fall, right after I planted the garlic. Then they would have been protected from frost heaves and the pesky leaves wouldn't be in the way." I would say to you, we here at Arrowleaf Farms generally know when and what we should be doing, but that does not seem to mean it gets done. For example, yes, we should have planted the potatoes, onions, carrots, beets, and likely other things by now.
Also worked on installing the irrigation for the garlic, who were quite thirsty. But since we had a good thunderstorm last night, we didn't need to finalize or implement the system.
The peas are up! Also some of the unlabled stuff we planted is progressing. I remember planting radishes, chard, and lettuce. I see what look like radishes and something that tastes like arugula. Apparently I planted that as well!