First I want to wish all my garden bloggers a happy and prosperous 2012. I hope everyone has a great gardening year. I learned a lot in 2011 and I hope to learn even more in 2012.
Now for the year 2011, my total harvest was 325.51 pounds. My goal for 2012 is to grow 500+ pounds and that is roughly a 55% increase in total output. We will see how it goes. I have added a tab on my blog for harvest totals and this is where I will transfer my historical data from previous years.
|Vegetable Name - Variety||Weight|
|Broccoli - DeCiccio||0.50 lbs.|
|Carrots - Danvers #126||9.59 lbs.|
|Cowhorn Peppers||2.68 lbs.|
|Corn - Peaches and Cream||61.88 lbs.|
|Eggplant - Black Beauty||13.40 lbs.|
|Field Peas (Shelled Weight) - Pinkeye Purple Hull||9.63 lbs.|
|Jalapeno Peppers||8.40 lbs.|
|Lettuce - Great Lakes #118||17.14 lbs.|
|Lima Beans - Unshelled||38.56 lbs.|
|Radishes - Champion||1.25 lbs.|
|Snow Peas - Melting Sugar and Oregon Sugar Pod II||6.61 lbs.|
|Squash - Dixie Hybrid||26.00 lbs.|
|Tomatoes - Big Boy, Better Boy, and Roma||35.51 lbs.|
|Watermelon - Crimson Sweet||31.37 lbs.|
|Zucchini - Elite Hybrid||61.82 lbs.|
The last harvest for this year was some more spinach and lettuce. The lettuce is doing great, but the spinach is just doing OK.
Here is the spinach bed I planted, not very pretty. I planted four rows of spinach and only one really came up. The other three are messy looking.
Here is my lettuce bed before my harvest...
And after I harvested it, I love this variety. It just keeps on growing back.