Not a great harvest, probably 10 lbs. I had trouble last year with my summer potatoes, which I planted around July 1. (Seed potatoes aren't available this time of year, so I buy extra in March and store them in my refrigerator until mid June. About that time, I take them out and let them start to sprout prior to planting them in the garden.) My major pest problem last summer were Harlequin bugs. They decimated my potato foliage. I'll try using row cover this year to keep them out.
After about 20 minutes of picking up potatoes and searching for worms, Tyler wanted to go inside and do something else. So we trundled into the basement and transplanted my second set of cauliflower which is scheduled to go into the garden the first of April. After Tyler tired of transplanting, we sowed three different varieties of Choi, which will also go into the garden in early April. All in all, Tyler and I had a great time working together today. Hopeful, he will grow up to love gardening as much as his pop-pop.