This is the Hmong's garden. It's 70x82 divided in 4 equal parcels. I tilled it in both directions in about 45 minutes with the X728. You can see the stakes, string lines, sprinklers and hoses and the feeder hose from the well point that we put up. The ladies are good to go now.
We added a section to the compost last year in the fall because we filled the one up full and since then it's settled, but we needed the extra space last fall. Next year I'll take the side wall out of one side and I should have about 3 feet of really good black dirt to till back into the garden. Any earthworms that the rain brings out on the cement end up in there.
One of the Hmong ladies planted a bunch of these today. Anyone know what it is? She's over 60 years old and was out here a good 3 hours in the rain..barefooted. The bride thinks it's a hot pepper plant because she planted a bunch of those last year.
I'm not sure what these are, maybe onions?
This is what she got planted today in about three hours. She put the stake and the green string line in herself to keep her rows straight.