The scenery outside of the greenhouse keeps changing with each passing day–every flower has it’s season and the bees are loving it. It is the little things in life that make each day so beautiful. We have much to be grateful for even in these stressful times.
The plants in the greenhouse are growing rapidly and soon the first planted and largest of them will be taken outside to acclimate to the big, wide world. Only after this staging period will they be allowed to go into the gardens to grow and produce our veggies.
The work in the gardens continues. Great progress has been made in the last five days. This is a photo of the Spring Garden–only one of many gardens on our farm The drip tape needs to be laid and then the planting will commence.
There is a threat of hail early Thursday and near freezing to freezing temperatures at the end of this week. May 15 is the last frost date around WNC. Our twenty-six years of farming experience has taught us to respect this date! However, the direct seeded crops can handle the above elements as long as they are still under the cover of the soil and not sprouted up through the soil. There is much to be done! Here is the second bean fence . . .
“ . . .the French researcher C. Louis Kervran was nominated in 1975 for a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his compelling body of research on biotransmutation. Kervran’s meticulous observations from the experiments he conducted showed conclusively that living organisms transform elements into one another. Several famous examples include his observations in 1959 of Sahara oilfield workers who worked intensely under extreme temperatures (over 130°F) and excreted a very high percentage of potassium after taking sodium-containing salt tablets. Kervran concluded that the sodium was converted into potassium in an endothermic reaction that brought down the workers’ temperatures.”
So . . . I am just wondering . . . is this what happens to me in the greenhouse on a sunny day when the temps get well over 100 degrees?! And to Robert when in the gardens?!
If you are interested in quantum physics, you can find a link to the entire article here: https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/new-biophysics-deep-dive-quantum-rabbit-hole-esoteric-physiology-01?utm_campaign=Daily%20Newsletter%3A%20%20Regenerate%20%28NLxZnE%29&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Daily%20Newsletter&_ke=eyJrbF9lbWFpbCI6ICJjYW5lY3JlZWtjc2FAZ21haWwuY29tIiwgImtsX2NvbXBhbnlfaWQiOiAiSzJ2WEF5In0%3D