Daikon and mustard greens are up.

The daikon (asian radish), giant red mustard, komatsuna,  fun jen pai tsai, and mizuna that were planted on April 10th are coming up.  Behind them, you can see the asian cabbage and pak choi seedlings that were transplanted on April 16th.  The radish and turnips are out of view on the sides.


Garden bed number one was getting dry again (it hasn’t rained since Friday), so I watered those seedlings with soluble fertilizer tonight.  I also watered the peas with soluble fertilizer.  It’s the same “rose food” soluble fertilizer that I’ve mentioned before.


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