Our wagon is drag'n from the heat but on the bright side, the garlic looks great hanging in the barn. We can't wait to get the rest dug up and hung.
The onions spent the week with their tops kinked. This helps shut the plant down for storage. Now, laying to dry we will be collecting them later in the day before the rain (hopefully) comes. We planted them last fall with the garlic to get a early crop this year. The main crop is doing its best in this mini drought we are having.
The Farmstand is looking good. With a little extra care and water the produce is coming in nicely.
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