The New Year is very nearly upon us and it is time to plan for it. Think about what you want to grow and what you grew last season.
I always try not to get too bogged down in to much “high tech”.I grow what I like to eat and what and what I know grows on my plot.
The main thing is not to be in too much of a hurry to do anything. I always look to nature to see what is going on:
Is the grass growing?
Are there buds on the trees or in the hedge rows?
If the answer is no not yet; then it is too early to do anything in the garden.
I am still gathering winter greens and trying to keep my plot as clean as possible.
However, right now I have ten inches of flood water over all plot, but not over my beds because last year I spend a lot of time raising up my beds. They are a good eight above the flood. A good reason, to have riased beds in the frist place.