We saw some awesome radish this week, some of the most interesting I have ever seen. My friend took 149 different cultivars or varieties from the world seedbanks and planted them. They selected 19 out of that bunch they wanted to look at. I saw radish that I think will grow twice as fast and twice as big in the fall as the ones we plant at home now. I saw one with more branches on it than I have ever seen and a massive, massive root system. We need to find another specie or two to plant with the radish and the grass like rye to kick the biology up another notch.
This thing is advancing quickly thanks to work like this. The future looks very exciting. I see now I have not nearly explored the soil biology as much as I can. We have barely scratched the surface.
We are on the north coast town of Whakatane New Zealand at the moment and I stopped at the local library to check my email. I better go find my companions as it will soon be time to meet again after a little shopping.
The Blueberry Farm we just stopped at called Blueberry corner was wonderful.