Today we mowed and disked the mustard, a variety developed at the University of Idaho called Idagold, we grew as a biofumigant. The mustard, as it breaks down will kill many of the weed seeds and some harmful nematodes and diseases in the soil. After disking the soil, we will let the mustard set for 3-4 weeks and then we will plant some more riple crown blackberries. I have posted some pictures so you can see what we did. The blueberries are about done blooming and the raspberries are blooming now.