Ahhh, it feels good to get your hand in the soil and in the greenhouse preparing for a spring crop. We’ve had a very mild winter so far and need rain but I am fast at work getting seedlings started in the greenhouse. It also feels good to begin preparing for another season of grafting tomatoes. Last year, my first attempt at grafting went pretty well but my post surgical care left something to be desired for sure. This year I will try to maintain a more consistent temperature and humidity for the week after the grafting process.
This season I will save the heirloom root plants to preserve at least those plants after taking the tops and grafting them to the root stock. So wish me luck and stay tuned for photos and video of the mad scientist and grafter.