Tuesday, February 14, 2012
On this day, he was removing galls from Cedar Apple Rust (which contribute to disease in Apple Trees). He has also been removing the extra trees, of which we have many. There are a lot more to go. Most are small (at the seedling stage), but others are bigger requiring a saw.
This is a little reminder to self: It's a lot easier to remove a seedling than it is a more established tree. Of course that is obvious. We have been quite busy these last few years both on and off the Farm. However, the little Farm routine is beginning to have more of rhythm and flow to it. That feels good.
Posted by Butterfly Hill Farm, at 9:44 PM