The new fish are settled in and eating like crazy. I had planned to move the barrel-tomatoes to a new stand and put rafts on the existing stand since fiance was here for a week... but we found so much other stuff to do that we didn't get any construction done. On the other hand, we did discuss the wicking beds we'll put in to the dirt garden when he moves in.
Radishes will evidently grow just fine in AP, despite being root veggies. This gives me great hope for the carrots, as they are supposed to be golf-ball size and shape.
Strawberries were shaded so completely by the chard and tomatoes, I decided to move a couple of plants to the barrels with the tomatoes. They seem to be happy over there. I might move the others this weekend.
Cilantro bolted, but is now making lots of seeds, which fiance reminded me are corriander (one of our favorite spices) so I'll be harvesting those. He rigged a nice support for them meanwhile.
Chard has been attacked. I think by earwigs since that's what I'm seeing on them. I will probably pull up the plants this weekend, compost the less hardy, pull the outer leaves off the strongest, and replant the hearts.
Tomatoes are starting to produce a LOT. I knew I was going to be in trouble, but I'd forgotten how MUCH trouble. I fully expect to be pulling a grocery bag of tomatoes each week for a while. Fiance has promised to ask SIL about best ways to freeze/can/something tomatoes.
Savoy cabbage grows so quickly it doesn't even look like the same plant from one week to the next. Leeks are looking less floppy, but that's all I'm seeing so far. Lettuce looks good but is a ways from harvest. Cress and Arugula are growing slowly but look healthy. Brussels sprouts are growing a lot but I don't really know what they're supposed to look like at this stage except that they seem healthy and happy.
The cucumber vine is getting pretty tall. I had intended to run it up the center stake, but fiance didn't realize that and has it coming to the front stake. I think it'll be okay. Though I had hoped to have all those tomatoes moved by now. But that didn't happen and they're so huge I think I can no longer safely move them. I'll just have to wait until they're done producing, and learn from the experience.
I bought a 50L bag of K1 media and dumped it into my rear sump tank. I also hooked up a heavy duty air filter to blow through there. This tank is now officially a moving bed bio filter.