Among many other things, including patiently waiting for it to dry out, we have been liberating our overwintering crop comrades from the stranglehold of the authoritarian winter weeds. Using a combination of lawnmowers and serrated hand sickles (“magic tools” in Wild Garden lingo), we are re-introducing our chard and collard crops to the idea of sunlight.
Here is a new video of Anaka describing how we do things:
This week we are getting more radishes in the ground, as well as parsley, epazote, quinoa, and leeks. Photos to come, of course.