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UGArden requires a lot of hard, necessary work, but it is important to occasionally take a breather and appreciate just how beautiful the entire project is. Advertisements
Though technically past its harvesting prime, I can’t help finding this broccoli floret beautiful.
Cool weather has finally (sort of) arrived! To protect our crops from harsh temperatures, we cover them in the evening.
Here are some shots of a volunteer working on shiitake inoculation. Once the logs are cut, we drill holes and fill them with inoculant. Then we seal them with wax, hang them up, and wait!
Here are some lovely shiitake mushrooms ready for harvesting. They grow from logs we cut and inoculate ourselves.
These beauties were harvested and prepped for market today. Fall is in full swing!