- 9 wheelbarrow loads of dried up dead stuff. I don't clean up in the fall because if you let the dried dead stuff on the plants, it gives beneficial insects a place to burrow and winterover.
- 10 wheelbarrow loads of mushroom soil as mulch to ward off fresh-sprouting spring weeds.
- 2 wheelbarrow loads of horse manure to prep the compost pile.
- Dug up and prepped the onion patch. I do have a rototiller, but sometimes good old fashioned hand digging is so much more worth it. It takes gas to run the rototiller too.
There will be a small compost pile dead-center in the vegetable garden. It seemed easier to put it where it will end up. Much more detail and pics coming the next couple weeks/months. The above is the tip of the spring/summer/fall iceberg.