This year I planted 5 rows of vine crop. From east to west:
- Row 1 Pumpkins – Jack O’ Lantern, Atlantic Giant, Small Sugar Organic
- Row 2 Cucumbers – Pick a Bushel Hybrid, Burpless Beauty, Straight Eight
- Row 3 Tomatoes – San Marzano, Rutgers, Burpee’s Big Boy Hybrid
- Row 4 Watermelon – Bush Sugar Baby, Georgia Rattlesnake
- Row 5 Gords, Squash, Cantaloupe – Ornamental Big Gourds Mix, Early Acorn Hybrid, Heart Of Gold,Winter, Buttercup Burgess Strain
Restoring the McCormick-Deering #7 High Gear Mower from Flynn Field Farm.
Celebrate Nebraska PollinatorsPollinators are critical to Nebraska’s ecosystems and economies. Not only do bees, butterflies, wasps and even ants pollinate many of our foods, but they also ensure our native ecosystems remain healthy and productive.
Source: Nebraska Pollinator Week | Pollinator Week
Cornell University has a robust network of pollinator research and extension programs related to all aspects of pollinator life
Source: Welcome to the Pollinator Network at Cornell | Pollinator Network @ Cornell
Red Potatoes, Red onions, White onions, Yellow onions, Dill, Green peppers, Garlic, Sweet corn, Tomatoes, Peas, Green beans, carrots