Sunday, March 16, 2008

Some statistics

In absence of any real work and the presence of rain, here are some stats about the garden plot.
Hopefully digging in some fertilizer next week, and getting rid of some more of the weeds.

4 comments:

toxicfingers said...

What if the world as we know it devolved into a pre-industrial state? Which of your seeds would be perennials? Would you make different choices as to which vegetables you were growing?

Green Butterfingers said...

I don't think any of the vegetables I grow are truly perennial. However, I could (and have) grown vegetables before from seed I saved. Prime examples are beans and tomatoes, but I guess that could be extended to most of the items I am growing. I usually try to stay away from hybrids.

toxicfingers said...

Thanks. Btw, are hybrid plants sterile the way that hybrid fauna are?

Green Butterfingers said...

some are, some aren't. The ones that are usually don't come "true". This means they revert back to one of their parents and usually don't have all the qualities that make them desirable.

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