Life and thoughts from a small-scale organic farm . . . and its farmers

This is a blog that explores ideas around the growing of food and community at Glen Valley Organic Farm.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Ready to Plant

Below are a series of photos taken just before we started transplanting seedlings into the fields. It's always spectacular to see the full trays . . . and in no time at all the space is empty!

A peak inside the start room -- mostly tomatoes waiting to go into the coldframes.

Salad starts -- beets, kale, lettuce and chard.

One of two rows of transplants in one coldframe.

Cabbage and kale transplants were moved outside to make more space in the warmer coldframe.

Storage onions, sweet onions, shallots and leeks. This is a good example of why tags are crucial for every tray. It's impossible to tell the difference at this stage of growth.

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