On 23Jul11, Mark weeded beds AB7, AB8, AB9, B5, B4, and most of C1. Pigweed was dominant, with a few, especially among the tomatoes, in flower. Other weeds were:
Lamb’s quarters, seedlings
Henbit, a few weaklings
Bindweed, short sprouts
Beds still needing attention are A2, E2 and the N-end of D1. Also, the walking aisles among the tomatoes are in need of weeding.
Tomato tying: Mark tied back all tomatoes that were falling into walking aisles.
Pepper: several of the yellow banana peppers, on bed B2 and AB7 are ready or near-ready for harvest.
Carrots: Bed A2, on which carrots were recently planted, showed no signs of germination, however a large number of pigweed seedlings were present.