The Backyard

The Backyard

Friday, September 14, 2012

Quazi End of the Season Tally

There's probably two more months of good produce-growing left in the season, but I'm calling it quits for the year.  My tomatoes got the blight and were all pulled (about 20 plants), and the pole beans were blown over by a wind and killed them.  Since I met my goal of a half ton, it's truly time to celebrate and relax a little.  I'll continue to harvest some odds and ends like carrots and spinach, but besides the white and red potatoes to get out of the ground, most big harvests -- and definitely preservation -- are done for the year so I can get a little R&R.  Here's the final tally of everything.  The total tomato harvest takes the top honors at 184.5 pounds. 

Food 2012 Total Weight
Asparagus 5.00
Beans, Lima 1.75
Beans, Kidney 1.75
Broccoli 36.75
Carrots 12.00
Celery 11.50
Corn, Sweet 114 total 45.25
Cucumber 31.00
Fennel 0.50
Kale 4.50
Leek 0.25
Mesclun Mixed Greens 4.25
Greens, beet 2.00
Green Beans 39.50
Onions 164.50
Peas, Sugar 13.25
Peas, Snap 13.00
Peppers 72.50
Potatoes 26.50
Radicchio 0.50
Radishes 7.00
Red Beets 26.25
Rhubarb 5.75
Romaine Lettuce 6.00
Squash, Butternut 20.50
Squash, Dumpling
Squash, Spaghetti 11.75
Spinach 3.00
Sweet Potatoes 77.50
Swiss Chard 1.25
Tomatoes 184.50
Total Vegetables 829.75
Fruit
Black Raspberries 10
Strawberries 36
Watermelon!  85
Cantaloupe 38.25
Red Raspberries 11
Grand Total 1010.00

4 comments:

Dave said...

That is very impressive! I am amazed at those 164 pounds of onions. I need to take notes on your onion growing techniques!

Expat-ish said...

What a fabulous blog! We live In soUth Africa and my husband is very keen on fruit and veg growing. However, our patches are small and we're still learning!

Courtney Calle said...

This blog makes me hungry! :)

Donna said...

wow, thats commitment, weighing all your produce