Medieval Monday: The Labors of April — Allison D. Reid

Spring is here! Farm work really gets underway—harrowing and sowing are important chores for this month. Crops planted in April included grains, like barley and oats, and legumes like beans, peas, and vetches. Grain seed was planted by standing with one’s back to the breeze, and flinging a handful of seeds outward from the waist. […]

Medieval Monday: The Labors of April — Allison D. Reid

Welp, I’m a day late for #MedievalMonday, but this is my last chance to reblog Allison D. Reid’s “The Labors of April” this year (at least within the designated month), so here it is. Enjoy!

Published by striderlee

Dungeon Master, homebrewer, foodie, bibliophile, and fantasy author. He/Him

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