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2010 Scarborough backyard harvest – Part IV

2010 Scarborough backyard harvest - Part IV

2009 planted organic garlic. Scarborough backyard peppers Organic potatoes planted 2010 May These peppers turned into spicy curry. Plants from Gardener Arun's seed collection Once cured, keeps well in basement. French breakfast radis. Very spicy. Backyard bounty
2010 Scarborough Backyard Pics – Part 1

2010 Scarborough Backyard Pics - Part 1

Yellow butter beans. Gardener Arun did several picks. English Cucumber from Gardner Arun's seed collection. 7 varities of garlic from 2009 late October planting. Scapes were used for cooking. Ceylon onions in Ontario ready for harvest. Baking potatoes. Sprouts grown in basement. Ontario scapes harvested for curries.

News: Pass the garlic, bud

Ontario garlic bulbils in Milton Local growers still recovering from the Chinese invasion of 2001 By ANTONELLA ARTUSO, Queen’s Park Bureau Chief There’s an easy trick to determine the age of a garlic bulb in a grocery store, says Ontario farmer Mark Wales. Toss it in the air. The longer it takes to land, the lighter and older the garlic. The hard part is trying to find garlic that hasn’t journeyed over 10,000 kilometres [Read More...]
7 Types of Garlic planted in Napanee plot

7 Types of Garlic planted in Napanee plot

Napanee garlic beds mulched Garlic being planted ENF crew hard at work It took 2 hours for four of us to make the bed, plant, compost and mulch. We planted the Tweed plot in the morning and took a lunch break. Then we started on the Napanee plot which was already ploughed. The soil in Tweed and Napanee plots are loamy with lots of organic matter. We planted 1500 gloves of Russian, Tibetan, Ukranian, Yukoslavian, Italian, Persian [Read More...]
7 Types of Garlic planted in Tweed plot

7 Types of Garlic planted in Tweed plot

Garlic planting in Tweed Macromanaged plot Garlic is planted 1 inch deep, 4 inches apart Spreading garlic for planting Planted, composted and mulched It took 3 hours for four of us to till the bed, plant, compost and mulch. We planted 1500 gloves of Russian, Tibetan, Ukranian, Yukoslavian, Italian, Persian and Sicilian. We picked October 24 because it was after the full moon day. The weather outside was around 13 C.

Ukranian, Persian, Sicilian, Korean, Yugoslavian, Italian and Ontario garlic harvested

Korean, Persian, Yugoslavian, Italian, Sicilian, Ukranian and Ontario Garlic harvested Except the Ontario garlic, we purchased the seeds from The Cutting Veg.  Farmer Dan of the Cutting Veg has many more varieties but these were the varities we really liked. We also volunteered at his farm last fall planting thousands of garlic.  It was a great learning experience. For some strange reason, we didn’t get any scapes [Read More...]
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