Long view: tomato field finally cleaned up; basil to the left, a newly germinated mustard cover crop in the distance...hens and peppers behind that.
Radishes and scallions - something to put on your salad!
Fall greens on the grow
Kale, kale, and more kale.
Tuscan kale ready to be thinned...tender baby greens @ market this week!
The mister, junior, and the missus. We had to spend a small fortune on a new tractor this summer. The missus' PTO was broken beyond repair, but otherwise she can still do a few jobs around the farm. I sure feel like that some days.
Tomato and cucumber trellis fences all tucked away 'til next summer. It's a lot of rolling up at the end of the season.
Sudangrass and cowpea cover crop on the grow (the pea seedlings are hidden in the thick grass). The grass adds much-needed carbon to the soil; the peas fix nitrogen. It all dies back with the first hard frost in November, leaving us with a nice, rich, mulched field for spring crop early next year.
Greenhouse cleaned up after summer's cherry tomatoes; just about ready to replant to winter salad greens.
Fall fennel and celery growing under shade cloth.
A volunteer cherry tomato plant that somehow self-sowed at the end of our driveway. I'm not sharing, and you probably wouldn't want to eat it anyway considering how many times the dogs have 'marked' this as their own.