We have a work day this evening at 6:30 pm at the garden (99 Kent Street). Last week, we had a great turnout with about a dozen people (half of them children). All those extra hands made the watering go fast. The weather has been tough--so hot and dry--but the plants are still growing strong. Like a lot of vegetable gardens, we're fighting powdery mildew and had to take out some of the cucumber plants. With any luck, it won't get too bad.
We'll be picking cucumbers, green beans, and maybe some tomatoes (though tomatoes don't last long).
Of Love and Compressed Air - I’m always awestruck by the careful, scholarly writing of Low Tech Magazine creator Kris De Decker (a guest on episode 83 of our podcast). He just publishe...
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