Lettuce, basil, arugula - pretty happy with this despite the heat this spring - time to pick. Basil in particular is very very happy. If I can get this started a few months earlier, this will be fantastic.
Chard, Kale, Collards - they aren't crazy with the very hot days either, but these two bales look just great. Picking time here as well - and I am using BT (bacillus thuringiensis spray) on the collards and kale in hopes of keeping the cabbage loopers in control
Peas - the replanting is germinating, and despite the dislike of hot days, we will get a reasonable yield of pea shoots in a few weeks. This is another to get going much earlier.
Beans - the replants are starting to emerge, which is a good thing - we love green beans, and I can wait to pick them sitting down in a chair!
Beets - looking very good...I think these will be a real success.
Carrots - the replanted seeds aren't up yet, but for a first experiment, I suspect I will be able to get enough to evaluate carrots in bales.
Leeks - some are doing very well, but I don't know if the blank spaces will emerge eventually, or didn't make it. I should start some more seedlings to fill in.
Potatoes - nothing showing yet
Radishes - lots of plants, but they really hate the heat of mid-day. It is important to keep them watered.
Squash and Cukes - most are coming along fine, and the replanted seeds should emerge soon.
Overall, things are on track for the garden to provide a really good assessment of an assortment of crops in bales. Picture are below.
top row - overview of the garden, bale with lettuce and arugula, bale with lettuce and basil
second row - chard bale, kale and collards bale, one of the bean bales
third row - one of the beet bales, one of the squash bales