The cabbage seedlings grew out nicely so today they went into the garden. We've got a week of nice weather ahead so the transplants won't have too much shock.
Although it's too early to plant potatoes in our gardens, we did put our crop of potatoes in at Kedron. As for my crop, wait 2 weeks to the traditional planting date of Good Friday. Yes, tradition says to plant potatoes on Good Friday.
With the dry weather we've had, the soil should come in to fill the new frames. Additionally, the fertilizer shipment came in today so Saturday we'll be fertilizing/mineralizing the entire garden. If you're available to help please join us. You have to a bit anal, each bed gets 33grams of Boron, 16 grams of Copper, and 41 grams of Zinc. Also there is 6 ounces of sulfur, 1.1 lbs of K2SO4 and 2 lbs of N. If you are up for a challenge of evenly distributing 33 g of Boron across an entire bed, come join us.
One other note, I'll be holding a intro class at the garden Saturday morning. If you're new, welcome! Come play in the soil with us Saturday morning but don't be in too much of a hurry to start planting.