Dug one row of potatoes today. This is the row where hardly anything sprouted, the Yukon Golds. I probably got about 10-15 lbs of potatoes out of it. Used a form of middlebuster with my Brinly cultivator. I'm not sure this adaptor is standard, or if some previous owner jury rigged it. I'm not wild about how far back it is, makes it really hard to keep it in the middle of the row, otherwise it worked great. I added some weight really quickly to see if it would help it to dig better, and it did.
Some days I love those HVAC zip straps!
I meant to get a vid, but my two boys were shucking the second batch of corn.
Speaking of corn, our second stand has come in. We pulled somewhere in excess of one hundred ears this morning. My wife has gone to get some ice, then she'll blanch and freeze a lot of it, though I'm trying to convince her to freeze it WITHOUT the cob.
The tomato plants have never given any fruit at all. We only had two, and only the one did anything, the other just stayed stunted.
The cucumbers grew pretty good, but again, didn't bear much. Got enough for salads, but never enough to pickle. Good thing we have some pickles left from last year.
I think the onions are about the only thing left that I'm still waiting for. I'm surprized at how well they seem to be doing, it will be fun to eat some fresh onions.