This thread is just a general grow log for me to keep track of information that doesn't seem best-suited to a more specific forum.
I'm planning to start seeds next week. I have my containers ready (I found some that seem good on Amazon; they arrived, today). Yesterday, I got a supply of worm castings (with some peat moss mixed in) for my seed-starting mix. Thankfully, they weren't out! I got five bags. I plan to save some mix for next year, and not to use any in foam cups. For the foam cups I plan to use regular garden soil, as that worked well last year for cucurbits (this is in an unheated greenhouse; I wouldn't want to do that indoors). So, the worm castings are for Solanaceae plants, herbs, and things.
I've been worn out from last year's stuff over the winter, but I'm getting ready to go again. Hopefully it won't be so stressful, this time.
I don't plan to cage more than a few tomatoes, if that, this year.
I plan to dig up the Jerusalem artichokes to eat. Then, hopefully we'll put black plastic where they are and the area north of them. I could put tomatoes there, if we can get them there early enough (otherwise, watermelons). Maybe I'll put watermelons there anyway.
Some ground has been appropriated for cabbages, kale and other stuff. So, I can't put tomatoes or muskmelons there as I probably would have intended. But there's plenty of ground, even if I have to cut down on my cucurbit growlists. I may or may not grow gourds, squash, and as many muskmelons as intended, I mean.
I might grow a few Glass Gem corn plants.
I don't plan to grow as many burr gherkins. Maybe a few plants.
I plan to start plenty of Marion tomatoes.
I still need to freeze most of my seeds.