With John on site we were able to load the remains of my asbestos shed into his van for him to take down the tip. It was good to see the back of the eyesore!
Jake and I also sorted out the pipes, posts and stakes for the second (new) net brassica tunnel. I was pleased that the stakes fitted into the piping snugly so they won't slip out later.
While down there we thumped in the posts for the brassica tunnel, measuring them out very carefully to ensure the structure is square. We were then able to set up the piping arches ready to fix everything together on a future visit.
We brought home a pair of lovely cauliflowers and some kale sprouts which we will enjoy greatly! It was great to see how well the roots were developed; no sign of clubroot at all!
As I left for the evening I noticed how much the Italian Ryegrass, my green manure I sowed last autumn, had grown. I will need to cut it and compost the cut grass before I can dig it in!