... in the cold rain before a deep freeze when sick isn't fun. It really doesnt make any financial sense because they are so cheap in the store, but I know they are 100% pesticide free as well as zero carbon footprint to get them here- not to mention THEY ARE A PRODUCT OF MY TOIL, and that has an immense value to me.
In spring I planted them in 4" wide holes that minimized crop output
Hard to do in the rain when sick. I have three more crops of different taters then the kale then thats it for the year.
Washed, ready for storage, this is half the crop. Probably ten dollars worth. Not sensical if all you care about is financial logic.
David Benjamin- horticulture degree North Carolina State University graduated 1983, has worked at the nursery since 1976. Somewhat tired of eating grocery store food.