Front row - the lettuce and arugula are gone (and missed), and the replacement squash and bean seeds are germinating. The nice, healthy basil is screaming to be made into pesto. We are eating plenty of collards, kale and chard, with no end in sight. The Thuricide spray is keeping the cabbage looper problems at bay. I am about to pull the peas, as this heat is too much for them - more beans perhaps?
Second row - the beans are finally filling in, but the slugs have been driving me crazy. I just started applying DE, but the nightly rain storms mean daily reapplications.
Third row - one beet bale is struggling - the deer browsed the bale that is furthest from the water scarecrow a bit. Carrots are spotty - another crop to start earlier. Leeks are very spotty, but replacements have germinated.
Fourth row - potato seedlings are spotty, and I need to push some more potatoes into sprouting to fill in blanks. Radishes are fine, but will be used more for greens. Squash in that row is now taking off.
Last row - cukes are up and starting to run, and squash is blossoming and setting fruit.
Pictures below. They run pretty much in the order as described above.