|This was the scene on Saturday the 16th, a decent slow with frost, which came after I had installed the anti-frost socks on the rain barrels.|
|As you can see the Leeks and Egyptian Onions actually are cold hardy enough to ignore a light coating of snow and ice.|
|The collards and other leaf greens however got a nice coating due to their surface area and were a bit wilted the next day.|
|Add caption This batch of Cabbage-Mustard weathered the cold alright but much like the collards and cabbage-collards most of the leaves needed to be harvested the next day|
- Sterilize compost.
- Allow Compost to cool and re-wet it.
- Prepare Coir fiber soil.
- Blend Coir and compost well.
- Add in Vermiculite and Perlite.
- Check soil mix for any large chunks and dry spots.
- If soil mix is adequately cooled it is ready to use.