Our melons came on slow, ended up with 6 grown but man, they have never been this sweet! Cukes went nuts, gave away bucket loads of them, pickles lots. Sweet corn, never came round very good, what we had was bland. Beets went crazy, brussel sprouts did great, carrots, ehh, still to small to pull. Lettuce did good then bolted overnight, chickens benefited from them. Taters were very disappointing. Fenced off half the garden and planted buckwheat. When it got to bout 3 foot tall, I turned the chickens in that part. They love it, have almost all of it knocked down now. I might do that one more year then plant that part of the garden, I have high hopes for the dug/fertilized patch. This was new turned ground, was an open field so this should help put nutrients into the soil.
My apple trees did good, up until the bees moved in. I swear, even after spraying the trees that within 3 days every apple on the place was destroyed. I have never seen this before. The tree is full of wasps, and those ground dwelling bees/hornets. Darn things. No hard cider this year.