I have tomatoes and 1 tiny bell pepper slightly larger than a golf ball. The pepper might become an omelet tomorrow morning. I should have planted my garden in December but I could not find plants until a month ago. Next year I know where to buy plants in December. Melons are planted in a row 12" apart 15' long and I made plenty of room for vines to the east about 20'x30'.
Corn is in a irrigation planter 30" circle planted with 100 seeds. The farmers in AZ plant corn seeds so close together the corn stalks touch each other. I have never seen corn planted so compact. It is so hot and sunny here maybe that is a trick the farmers know that I don't. It must have something to do with self shade and better pollination. There is a corn field about 5 miles from my house that is 1 mile north/south by 1.2 miles east/west on hwy 85.
Okra is in a 30" planter circle too with irrigation. This will be a new experiment for me.
Onions are in a 30" planter circle too with irrigation. They are 24" to 30" tall.
WOW...double wow, my grape vines are loaded. If these all mature I will have several bushel baskets of red grapes. Wow I never expected anything like this.
Apple tree is loaded too. I am not too excided about the apples but it will be nice to see how they turn out.
Plum, pear, peach trees are all making fruit too. It does not look like much but I can't expect much the first year.
The pomegranate is making fruit too.
The raspberry and blackberry vines are 25 feet long all over the place. I have never seen blackberries or raspberries that vine like water melons. They blossomed a few weeks. Wait and see what happens.
Weather here has been, 90s 2 weeks ago, 80s last week, 90s again this week. NO rain, NO clouds and 1 moon eclipse. LOL. We had 1 day of 100 degree weather so far. 5 days of 25 mile wind last week that felt real nice. Wind here is different than any place I every been it is like continuous blowing air from a fan.