Monday, February 6, 2012

Harvest Monday for February 6th, 2012.


This week's harvest brings only one veggie to the table, but it's a favorite!  Fresh, crisp broccoli!



I harvested three and one-quarter pounds of broccoli from our back yard organic garden this week.

Tomorrow I'll be fertilizing all the growing vegetables using organic dried blood with a makeup of 12-0-0 at almost twice the rates prescribed by the cooperative extension recommendations for when using fast release chemicals rated as 33-0-0. Since the dried blood is slow release, there should be no problems.

I have been unable to reply to last week's comments thus far due to blogger problems. I'll reply as soon as it doesn't delete what I have written when I click on Publish.

That's all for this week's harvest report.

Have a great vegetable gardening day!
Veggie PAK

13 comments:

  1. Fresh broccoli is the best! Enjoy.

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  2. That's a lot of broccoli and they look gorgeous bet they taste great. Home grown broccoli taste so so much better than store bought.

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    1. It really is very tasty compared to store-bought. I hope it keeps on producing this well!

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  3. Another beautiful harvest of broccoli this week - you have been blessed with some gorgeous heads this year.

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    1. Thanks! Yes, we have, and I agree that it is a blessing. Just one of many.

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  4. I'm sure that you will share me in saying that I have a LOVE : HATE relationship with Blogger. It's great when it works, but...

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  5. What a great lot of broccoli! Still waiting for mine to do something....

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    1. It's wonderful! It's been doing so well!

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  6. Your broccoli looks wonderful! :)

    Lynn

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    1. Thanks! It's great to have it during this time of year.

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  7. Just discovered your blog; such an inspiration! We'll definitely keep checking back throughout the season. Our spring vegetable garden went into the ground today - but after looking at yours I feel a bit behind!

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