This is one of our gardens every thing is planted in beds with foot paths in between .
The oats, barley, and red clover are up and growing good now.
This is my propagation garden in it I have planted several heritage wheat, and oat varieties. And also a number of heirloom root crop vegetables that make seed in their second year, including rutabagas, table beet, onions, carrots, sugar beet and red mammoth mangel wurzels. I have never saved seed before from these kind of vegetables, it will be interesting to see how each one goes to seed.
This is the same part of the garden that my blog header picture was taken last summer. It is neat to see how different it looks in the spring!
The giant tractor disking up the field.
Here is a close up view
Here is a picture I took last year of the the pickle field being sprayed. Yes that is a pallet of bee hives for pollination of the cucumbers in the foreground, I'm glad their not my hives no wonder the bees are dying . I think I'm going to have to move my bees out of this pesticide strewn valley this year.