Today I lightly watered all of the plants and put the miniature red potatoes on the top rack so that they can start rooting. Once they start rooting, I will begin a potato bucket. I have never done this before so it will be an experience for sure!
I will be doing this for both miniature red potatoes and russet potatoes.
The turnip and kohlrabi are flourishing!
I thinned out the sprouts today.
The beets have decided to make an appearance, right on time (germination time between 5 to 10 days) and are doing very well. I thinned them out.
The Buttercrunch lettuce finally made an appearance! Right on time as well (germination time between 5 to 10 days).
The Rapini (or) Raab Broccoli is doing very well, especially for being early! I thinned it out.
The radishes and Grand Rapids lettuce is doing well and I thinned them both out.
It was completely on a whim. I was in HTG Supply picking up some stuff for the garden and decided, well, rooted vegetables sound like a great idea.
The thought was as simple as that.
At this point it is too cold to start the outdoor garden so, it made sense.
The soil tent started to take shape and the first seeds were planted on March 11th. While I was at it, I also purchased a navel orange tree. I wanted to see how it would do in the tent along with the other items. The soil I used was the MiracleGro plant soil.
I used regular tap water to water the plants.
This is the final set up of the tent on March 12th.