What We Did Today:
- Planted birdhouse gourds (PLG saved seed) where
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fig tree died, and under one mesquite (southwest corner of garden, by covered swing.)
- Planted amaranth varieties along north and northwest rim of sunken bed (Paiute, Mano de Gato, and New Mexico varieties, all from NSS.)
- No germination from 3/28 spring planting yet.
- Sparrows or sparrow-like birds very active in the garden from 11 a.m. to noon. Dive-bombing sunken bed and its upper rim for seeds, including fallen sorghum seeds.
- Should we cover the sunken bed with floating row cover or other material when seeds are planted, to protect seeds from birds? How can we protect seeds from ants? (See below.)
- Mound or mounds of tiny golden ants (about 1/16th-inch, Pharaoh-ish, ID?) on western end of north rim of sunken bed, where ‘New Mexico’ amaranth was planted.
What To Do Next Time:
- Spread screened compost in planting areas
- Plant remaining spring seeds–1 artichoke on rim of sunken bed; purple Yeome string beans in 3rd tier of sunken bed
- Install dried sorghum stalks (stacked by north wall) to support purple Yeome beans if needed.
- Observe and record what is germinating
- Continue weeding
- Screen wood mulch before spreading
Water Meter Log: 266, 624