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The tomatoes, cucumbers, corn, beans, and melons continue to grow, and usually harvest from these daily or weekly.
The potatoes are finally ready to be harvested. James dug up a small patch for us to eat, and they were delicious with some of our beans and corn and some sliced tomatoes.


The second lettuce crop is not growing as quickly. The spinach isn't growing quickly either. I assume it has something to do with shading issues, but really there is a lot of sun that hits the garden throughout the day, and we have had a lot of rain in the last month since I planted them. At the rate the spinach and lettuce are going, I expect to harvest them in the next two to three weeks.
The kale is doing well but not quite ready to eat.
I also grew some broccoli in buckets--which I intended to transplant to the garden--but it seems the bugs ate every single broccoli (nearly 300 broccoli plants).


Below I have posted pictures of the tomato, squash, corn, pepper, and cucumber harvests...


08/25/14 squash, corn, cucumber harvest

08/05/14



08/07/14 tomato harvest




08/06/14 harvest




08/20/14 harvest





08/17/14 harvest




08/18/14 harvest




08/09/14 harvest




08/10/14 harvest




08/11/14 harvest




08/15/14 harvest




08/18/14 harvest




potato harvest 08/18/14



strawberries from the garden

cantaloupe harvest 08/20/14
cantaloupe harvest 08/18/14
Refer to last months garden harvest here Garden Harvest as of July 2014 to see the diversity of food each month.


Original post @ Garden Harvest August 2014
-Cassie K, Vegans Living off the Land
 

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What potato varieties? It looks like russets and red ... Ever tried to grow any of the funky varieties that are colors like blue and even black? My dad got really in to heirloom potatoes one season when I was a kid, but the only ones I remember us harvesting were some little purple jobbies.
 
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