Mud In The Field

Two weeks ago, I posted a post about drought in my field. Now I am continuing this post but the situation is completely different.

Five days ago, it (finally) started raining heavily. For two days it rained like from a cupboard. And if before the field was completely dry, now there is mud. Which, thank God, is good. Crops will continue to grow.
And, of course, finished at our table :)

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Well, below is a photo of what the field was like two weeks ago ... dry... :)

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Now it's full of weeds. The weeds are growing faster than anything we have planted.

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The crop is also going but slowly. These are courgettes (zucchinis). Last year at the same time we were already harvesting them.

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Even the potatoes have started to flower.

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The tomato is still green and just a few. I hope it will recover this week.

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A few chilies have woken up too.

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The kale is progressing well.

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Onions also survived the drought.

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The most so far, however, is young peas.

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According to the weather forecast, we expect a heatwave (over 35 degrees Celsius) again in the coming days.

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btw: this is my first post in ecoTrain community

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