Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Beginnings of a Backyard Tea Farm

We turned over the soil by hand and later rototilled in soil amendments, including probiotic fertilizers, and made the rows by hand. We'll let the soil compost for a couple more weeks, then plant some seedlings to see how it goes. If it works here, we'll go to step two: looking for a larger piece of land to start our tea farm. How cool is that?!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How's it going with the tea growing?