Monday, December 11, 2017
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Eggplants
Eggplants OSU Food Forest rok-osu
Apple Tree
Apple Tree OSU Food Forest rok-osu
Peppers
Peppers OSU Food Forest rok-osu rok-peppers
Tomato Closeup
Tomato Closeup OSU Food Forest rok-osu rok-tomatoes
Callahan Hall
Callahan Hall OSU Food Forest rok-osu rok-tomatoes
Pumpkins at Callahan Hall
Pumpkins at Callahan Hall OSU Food Forest rok-osu rok-pumpkins
Peppers
Peppers OSU Food Forest rok-osu rok-peppers
Tissue Covered Premium Grapes in Japan
Tissue Covered Premium Grapes in Japan Check out these organic grapes grown in Japan and top-dressed with Be-1 Pellets rok-grapes
Container Vineyard in Japan
Container Vineyard in Japan These will go for crazy $ per bunch but you can almost justify the price of these beauties by wrapping each bunch in its own tissue parasol to keep from sun burning the fruit and protecting from insects. rok-grapes
Grape Vineyard in Japan
Grape Vineyard in Japan rok-grapes
Bell Pepper Plant: 40+ fruit sets
Bell Pepper Plant: 40+ fruit sets A single Bell Pepper plant with 40+ fruit sets. This plant has a half-dozen siblings all doing the same bumper crop and all sickly when bought outside of a grocery store. Just top-dressed with our Be-1 Pellets and the love was returned with a mass of peppers. Thank you S.M. in North Carolina for the photo! rok-peppers
Organic Strawberries
Organic Strawberries rok-strawberries
Murasaki-imo
Murasaki-imo Not bad first harvest. rok-potatoes
Murasaki-imo
Murasaki-imo Murasaki-imo are a rare variation of the popular Satsuma-imo in Japan. Grown mostly in Southwest Japan and Okinawa, the only difference is that the Murasaki-imo are this brilliant purple. Related to the American sweet potato, these are a little softer and milder sweet flavor, making a versatile addition to many dishes. rok-potatoes
Leeks (Negi)
Leeks (Negi) Gotta luv those roots on our leeks. rok-garlic rok-roots
Mustard Radish (Komatsuna) side by side
Mustard Radish (Komatsuna) side by side Roll'n with the changing seasons' harvest and planning some good eats for tomorrow. A little mustard spinach (Komatsuna) side by side...different plants, same results. Knowing that half the crop trials will look like the little guy on the left always kills me; however, the sacrifice highlights the benefits of focusing on microbes rok-radishes rok-roots