checkin' on the crops


From the nearby road the crop blurs into a green lawn. But if you stop your car and get out you'll see that the grass is growing in neat rows. And if you get down on your knees and pretend you are a cow you will start to see what is really going on. You will notice that the White Sonora is coming up in thick patches and that the Emmer is more blue than green and has tall fuzzy blades. 

It all depends on how fast you are moving. 

Photo: White Sonora Wheat 31 days after planting. 

Posted on February 13, 2012 and filed under Blog.