Wednesday, 22 June 2011

What we should be doing - June 2011

It's almost the end of June, and we still have hundreds of squash plants ready to be transplanted, but dare we say it, it's been a bit wet and cool over the last couple of weeks!!
But here we are in action, transplanting courgettes and sweetcorn a few weeks ago before the rain came, both these crops like a bit of sun, and the courgettes particularly dislike cold nights and windy days so aren't doing too well at the moment.
Courgette plants in plug trays

David Brown tractor loaded up with plants
Martin driving and checking the transplanting is going OK



Jane enjoying her work!

Jane and Sam on the transplanter feeding the sweetcorn plants in.
 For crops that we grow 3 rows to a bed, there will be a third person on the transplanter


Lovely, neat rows of transplaneted sweetcorn and courgettes


1 comment:

  1. If the courgette plants are struggling does that mean the crop will be later this year?

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