Soil shoveled onto bottom of netting to keep rabbits out. Bottom for rabbits. Top for deer. Boy that was a lot of work.
You gotta check almost daily to see if rabbits getting under fencing.
Tomatoes planted too close. Next year, four feet apart. Time to put more fertilizer on. Bottom leaves turning yellow. Basil on the right, way too much. Someone told me to make pesto out of it and freeze it. Planted it for spaghetti sauce but tomatoes aren't ready yet.
Huge eggplant plants. I'm actually eating them almost every day with everything else in the frying pan. Haven't gotten tired of it yet.
Broccoli recovering after rabbit invasion. Looks like it pays to feed when planting and water by hand when needed. Big chemical-free heads.
Trouble-free basil (what to do with all of that???)
Nuclear powered peppers. Stand back when biting into these! Chemical free crop.
My purple basil turned into beets. No wonder the leaves didn't taste like basil.
Yellow leaves on the bottom of the plant indicates nitrogen deficiency. This row was planted when I didn't have the long lasting fertilizer with me so I top dressed it the next day. Plants with food in the hole are fine. These need to be re-fed.
Damn bugs. Looks like I gotta identify pathogen and spray for it
Happy potatoes. Just put 'em too close to service the plants. Can't get in there to put more soil on the roots.
Recovering from rabbit browsing by putting out lots of new growth.