Hello! We have a beautiful 30 foot x 15 foot timber framed all glass greenhouse that I have built this fall. I would like to grow lots and lots of food in it to sustain our family. I have grown crops of tomatoes, peppers, and cukes before. We plan on growing these things again this year, but I am seeking a good guide for planting rotations. We do not really want to have the usual harvest of many vegetables. To deal with all that stuff all at the same time gets to become quite stressful as we have 2 girls both under 2 years old. I have been searching high and fall on the web for a good book written by an old man titled "when to plant what to sustain your family all year from the greenhouse". I have had no luck! lol Does anyone have any good suggestions to help us out? We live in the Comox Valley, on Vancouver Island, BC. We plan on starting the usual in early march, (tomatoes, cukes, egg plants, pickling cukes, melons), and will have a summer garden(peas, greens ect... but I am most interested in other crops we can plant later in the season (aug-nov) to extend our food production. Last summer we were pulling huge bowls of organic mixed salad greens and a great big fresh cuke for salads TWICE a day for 3 months! I want to have the option to do this longer! Any help would be greatly appreciated! Our greenhouse is all organic. thanks!