Weekly harvest report.

Each week I like to share my weekly harvest report. Reporting what has been harvested and how much that would cost if bought from a shop.

Weekly harvest report.

This week we have harvested the following

  • 2 chicken eggs which would have cost us 50p from a shop
  • 28 quail eggs which would have cost us £5.88 from a shop
  • 1kg tomatoes which would have cost us £2.00 from a shop
  • 1kg onions which would have cost us 75p from a shop
  • 5 courgettes which weighed together at 2kg which would have cost us £4 from a shop
  • 100g French beans which would have cost us 50p from a shop
  • 10 cobs of sweetcorn which would have cost us £5 from a shop

This week’s total.

That brings this week’s total to £18.63. Again a pretty good result for this week and 1 that will keep us well fed for another week.

Grills my white chicken has laid a couple of eggs this week. Thankfully just in time as we was down to our last egg.

The quails are now also all laying and this is providing us with plenty of quail eggs.

Sweetcorn is also new on this list as it has just came into season here. Hopefully we will have more to follow in the future weeks too.

What have you harvested this week? Let me know in the comments or Email me here.

2 thoughts on “Weekly harvest report.

  • 13/08/2018 at 21:52
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    we cropped £201 worth of veg Richard. A bit lower this week as we skipped a harvest day because of the allotments open day. We picked: sweet corn, cabbage, kale, kalettes, runner beans, french beans, potatoes, red beets, golden beets, spring onions, onions, broad beans, celery, courgettes, tromboncinos, tomatoes, cucumbers, cucamelons, Crown Prince squash, PSB, gherkins, calabrese, carrots, lettuce, NZ spinach, Malabar spinach, green and golden purselane, strawberries, black currants, blueberries, raspberries and new for this week apples

  • 13/08/2018 at 22:52
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    You skipped a day and still harvested just over £200. Great stuff my friend very interesting to see what you are harvesting and how the inputs you have put in are paying back. All the best.

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