Meeting up with the Masters
Two out of three Krautgaart’lers are currently @ridgedale_farm for a nodig market garden masterclass with Richard Perkins and Curtis Stone. That’s only possible during the season because we have so many amazing people (and dogs ) who would help us when th
Yet another beautiful harvest
Krautgaart-Geméiskuerf Nr 10: 800gr nei Gromperen, 750gr Muerten, 1 Porett, 1 Zucchini, 1 Knuewelek, eng gutt Schossel Pleckzalot, 1 Bond Fréijoersennen, Péiterseilech, Basilic an Zitronemelisse, 350gr Mangold oder Rout Rommelen.
This is where it all started, our first garden - sandy, sunny and remote. Now after 3 years (2 y nodig) it has become a productive and abundant garden, even w/o water connection and sandy soil now enjoying picking carrots, lovely early potatoes and the fi
Garlic harvest was great this season. We harvested around 350kg —> a lot of beautiful garlic for our Members
9th CSA Basket: 1 Zucchini, 720g carrots, 3 summer leeks, 1 salad head or 1 bowl of picking leaves, 420g chard, 1 bunch of parsley, 1 bunch of mint or sorrel. .
In our experimental chicken-nodig rotation systems the birds rotate through our garden so they have always fresh ground and food. Now that the beds are all planted they enjoy mowing our pasture. 1st day on pasture (top) and after one week. No lawn mower n
Och an eisen Zären wiisst et gutt. D’Summergeméis ass um Virmarsch #organicmatters #csa #nodig #regenerativeagriculture #permaculture #melanzane
Sneak Peek for tomorrow’s basket—> Beautiful garlic from our gardens. Garlic harvest is great this season #nodig #garlic #csa #lovegarlic #organicmatters
Depending on the daytime our gardens appear in totally different colour sets. Beautiful! Last Friday‘s 08/06 Basket: 1 Salad Head (Reine des glaces), 500g carrots, 1 Cabbage (Cauliflower or White cabbage or savoy cabbage), 300g Picking Leaves, 230g Chard
Mushroom-experiment update: After 5 months of incubation the mycelium developped well the logs were now soaked in cold water for 24hrs and then stacked in a shady spot in the back of our garden. Now patience is the name of the game! Can‘t wait to harvest
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