|Greens growing in containers|
On the 7th, I transplanted some fruit trees from compost piles, Papaya and unidentified fruit tree were transplanted to containers. That day, I also sowed Spinach, Radish, Lettuce, Carrot, Arugula, and Peas in the Hugel beds. I planted carrot and radish seed around the Tomato plants because root crops are low feeders, and planted after a heavy feeder like Tomatoes, they will grow sufficient in relatively poor soil. I explain this more in my Crop rotation post. With the tiny amount of rain water I provided for them, the Arugula and radish and other seedlings, came up within two days.
|Papaya growing in pots|
Luckily it did rain a bit last night, so the seeds I planted will germinate and sprout up by Wednesday. That means, within the following three weeks, I will be harvesting salad greens, and I will do so up until the end of October.
If I get a chance today, I will sow additional Endive, Spinach, Arugula, and Lettuce, and some carrots and radish in containers.