Hi ya! It has been a busy week here at the farm. We started the week off "spotting" the tomatoes. Spotting is basically transplanting the tomatoes from small cells to larger ones. We start the tomato seeds in 200 cell trays because they take up much less room in the greenhouse during the coldest part of the season. After 3 weeks they are ready to go into the 18 cell trays where they stay until transplanted to the field.
|Dawn is the CTS (chief tomato spotter). She has the fastest hands in all the land!|
|It is tedious work, but exciting too. Just think of all the potential these tomato's hold.|
|Little Guy is in training, he shows great potential too!|
|A day's work.|