The Comfrey feed is starting to show changes – the leaves are blackening around the edges and the water is starting to look cloudy. Early days yet.
The Art of Captaincy and its load of grey oyster mushroom spawn is now looking distinctly mouldy so it’s time for the fridge. The blewitt spawn isn’t showing any sign of growth.
The oil in the calendula jar is looking a good colour, but I’m going to leave it a bit.
The chive vinegar is looking good and I’ll be decanting it into new bottles this afternoon.
I have the bottle ready for the courgette, but no suitable courgette.
The bean experiment (where half of the raised bed had the soil enriched with pig muck, wood chip and paper towels) isn’t showing much result. None of the beans look particularly good, though the fat hen in the enriched area (furthest away from the camera) is definitely looking better.
According to this page fat hen (known as lamb’s quarters in America) is a good indicator of fertile soil.
We’re going to be eating garden weed salad on the Friday school visit so it’s good to know I have plenty.