Once it dries this week, give your onions and garlic some nitrogen. This will probably be our last feeding for onions and garlic and the bulbs are starting to swell.
With all the rain, don't water until the soil dries out well into the root zone. I dropped off straw at the garden this week and walked around checking things out. Your first indication of water saturation is a yellowing on the leaves of your plants. Nothing we can do, we'll just hope for warm, sunny weather to dry the soil and the plants will take off. One thing really growing is the weeds, stay ahead of the weeds before they take over your garden.
I planted my second crop of beans Thursday morning before the rain moved back in. If we get good warm temps and some sun this week the cucumbers and squash should be up soon. The next crop to be started is sweet potatoes, once the soil dries where I can work it I'll plant sweet potatoes for the slips. I'll put some in the community garden for everyone to use so stay tuned. If you want to start your own sweet potatoes, get one at the grocery, stick it in the ground and it will sprout in a few weeks depending on the temperatures. Then you'll dig up the sweet potato you planted, break off the sprouts(slips) and plant the slips about 10" apart. Easy crop to grow and very productive.