This photo below was taken before we got the fence up, which you can see behind the truck in rolls. It was some thick gauge chain-link I got for free when they enclosed an outdoor area at work. It was ten feet tall with the longest section being about thirty-three feet long. We divided it into a six foot and a four foot section. We have never worked with chain-link before and will probably never again. We cut and mended over one-hundred feet of the thick, blister-forming metal. Many people told me this would be difficult without a come-along, but between the two of us, we got it pretty tight. The six foot sections went to give the dogs a bigger run, and also enclosed three older trees (which will be good for shade now that it's warmer out)
Below is some of our sweet corn and a radish patch
corn, radishes, more tomatillos and corn.
photos of how everything has progressed thus far. I am pretty satisfied with our growth right now.
tomatillos, sage and our biggest roma tomato plant. All from organic seed.
We built the fence around the garden area, buried in a six inch trench. We laid down almost two hundred feet of 1/2" irrigation piping as well as many 1/4" lines off the main line.