One of the things we’ve learned in our brief farm education at Longleaf Breeze is that you want your plants to get vertical if you can, so they can make better use of the light and stay well ventilated. For us, that means trellises. We’ve learned what crops need trellises, what kind of trellises work best, and when it’s best to set them up.
Also: retrofitting the muscadine trellis, disappointing tomatoes, we’re using a little air conditioning, our reorganization is done, good to have books handy, and using plastic to kill weeds.
Shelves and Storage – (old post from June of last year describing how we planned to do this)
Can We Survive Summer Without Air Conditioning? (again, how we planned to do this!)