One greenhouse up! Two more to go -- We should have the second one up this week. We are also going to start pulling up black plastic mulch from the newly rented field this week. The guys are done pruning grapes and need work --as the snow is finally melting away we can use the time to remove all the old mulch that was left behind from the previous crop two years ago (flowers). Then we will have a clear place to get started with this years crops. We are going to plant all our early stuff here, lettuce, radishes, carrots, beets, spinach, kale, onions and early broccoli. We will also plant around 6000 tomato plants and 5000 peppers. Later in the season we will put as much of the cantaloupe and cucumbers as we have room left in. This is a field we are able to use trickle irrigation on and the main crops and sensitive crops will be grown here this year.
The first greenhouse survived really well --we only need to splice the ridge pole and patch two minor holes in the plastic. The second one had more snow pilled on it and may need a couple of hoops replaced. The third one is still got thick snow on it --but we don't need it right away thankfully.
All the early green stuff including lettuce kale and broccoli have been seeded -- Peppers will be next, then tomatoes.