Did you know there are a number of methods of growing and approaches to picking lettuce? Well, there are. And the folks below will show us a couple of different approaches. Also, don’t forget to get that lettuce in some cold water and the fridge ASAP if you want it to keep and not wilt. Most handpicked lettuce at home lasts roughly a week although some varieties like butter lettuce will last a day or two longer.
Jared Man from StoneSoup Farms @ stonesoupfarm.googlepages.com shows us how to harvest and store our lettuce:
Scott from the Rodgers Forge Farm Initiative (theforgefarm.blogspot.com/) explains how to pick the lettuce in your garden: