Got the electric fence today. I like it, looks very complete and i hope it will work to keep out the woodchucks!
I can't wait to watch it get to work...!
I keep checking the Jerusalem Artichoke patch and have been wondering if they are going to show up. The rhubarb looks so happy that i imagine the soil has warmed enough for the JA's to appear.
But i think i see them now. These are in the area i marked with the Red Rover tag, from Oikos:
There are two patches...
Its supposed to be cold tomorrow, maybe even some wet snow...uggh. But temps are not expected to get to the freezing mark, but prolonged cold with no sun to warm my greenhouses might not be good. But the Wintersowing method seems to imply that bringing in the flats shouldn't be necessary. I'm not so sure about that. I might bring them in anyway, at least some of them. Or just supply them with hot water bottles. I have squash and cucumbers sprouting and watermelon, those have me worried. They aren't as rugged as the broccoli or even the tomatoes.
The weather may change and it may be warmer than they expect, if it stays in the 40's inside the greenhouses, all should be fine.
I hope. lol