Friday, May 30, 2008

Documenting Progress

March 1, 2008
April 26, 2008
May 26, 2008
We are tracking progress  at the farm by taking a picture from the same spot every few days. Hopefully at the end of the season there will be a stop-motion video. Farmer No.2 would like seven or more cameras mounted around the farm that are on a daily timer. Farmer No.1 thinks this is ridiculous. It is almost impossible to show everything so there is a lot out of the picture frame. The new cucumber and corn crops are directly to the right of the camera.

3 comments:

BMurphy said...

vhsalhThe farm looks incredible! I can't believe that your plants are so big! Mine are just starting to sprout. I love the design and the new curve. The grapes and the fig are doing well. You really have done a beautiful job. Great pictures.

thoughtful day said...

I agree with farmer #1.

Htu said...

Cucumbers are a subtropical plant and require full sun. Cucumbers also require a decent amount of growing space in your garden, so you’ll need to take this into account. If you’re short on space, vertical structures such as trellises can help make up for limited space in your garden. There are also a number of dwarf varieties if you’d like to grow your cucumbers in containers.