Depending on the rainfall we'll go every 5 days with a half to a whole tank depending on the temp and which veggies are producing fruit. The plot is sloped so we try to put the stuff that requires more water toward the lower end and the stuff that requires better drainage in the area above.
@Countryboyjvd1971 It only looks like autopilot because Mrs. WillD has been out of work healing the broken arm for the past 6 weeks and working in the garden instead! She got the cast of Friday and goes back to her part-time work at the farm this afternoon and back to her full time job at the hospital tomorrow. I will miss having her around.
One of the dry rotting 39 year old OEM tires on my 1978 Gravely 5660 finally failed yesterday. Too much effort to dismount the mowing desk and muscle the beast into the bed of my truck again so we bought a 5x10 Karavan trailer at the HD
and pumped the tire back up to load it onto the trailer. It held air so I finished mowing and as soon as I finished mowing it went flat again. I dropped it off at the shop and found my 7HP Briggs was done so back on the Mighty Mac it goes.
It's looking like this whole plot is quite a bit more shady than it was in 2015. Some of these are already showing signs of pre-flower. I'm going to give them blast of veg nutes to try to offset that.