Boy do I wish these were ours!
But they are not. They are the neighbor's cattle who keep breaking through the fence.
Go get 'em!
Yeah. They KNOW they are not where they are supposed to be. The mares say, "Good riddance. Better you than us!"
Doyle Thornless getting ready to bury us in berries again.
Last year we had a lot of trouble with grass being stuck all over the berries every time we picked. It really added a lot of time to harvest and processing. This year we've been practicing mowing and making sure everything gets tossed in the opposite direction. I haven't figured it out on the grape side, but Michael has.
The black rot has got me trembling again. I'm about ready to take them out and replace them with Mars vines. Those are a type of blue seedless that are resistant to black rot. I'm looking into it now.
What ARE these?
And these are either Nanking or Hansen's bush cherries. I'm not sure which, but they are ripe and they are good to eat!
Just haven't decided what to do with them yet.