Here you mostly see tomatoes,
but there are so many green beans 'neath,
my arm was getting tired from cradling it all.
Harvest plated. Note green bean spillover.
Reminds me of my favorite book,
Angle of Repose, by Wallace Stegner.
Above, we see the angle of repose for pole beans.
Also, a FEW cherry peppers are on the left, 1st pick.
And one cherry tomato got smushed a bit on my shirt.
Had to eat that one right away.
I am no slacker when it comes to cherry tomato clean up.
So, do you weigh your harvest?
I have, but I'm super not consistent,
and the only place I record it is here.
How much of your gardening do you track?
How do you think you've benefitted from it?
Is there anything useful you would not have learned had you not?
Please share in the comments.
I mostly just track what I planted so I rotate my crops properly.
And, for those of you on the east coast,
who experienced the 5.9 earthquake today,
I hope you and yours are well.
Personally, I think earthquakes would be MUCH more fun
if you could know ahead of time all will be well,
so just have fun with it.
I do remember when I was 14, running outside during an earthquake
so I could feel our sidewalk move.
Thought it'd be cool.