Hello friends! Greetings from under a tree. It’s too hot to be outside, but too cold for my overheated body in the AC; the shade will have to do. This week brings sweltering temperatures, but we’re prepared. Dad sets the start time to 6 a.m. instead of 7, and we get everything finished in safe(r) temperatures…

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I love October, most of the time. The colors, the freshness of the morning, the early darkness in the evening. It just tells you that it’s time to slow down. Unfortunately, we need to plug harder and faster to get things done before it really gets cold and wet and frozen! This year we have…

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We are in a transition week. We have all our summer help back to school and we have a trickle of college students starting to show up. We have now pulled all the yellow storage onions and have them on wagons or in the greenhouse for curing so they will store for the winter. The…

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Remember last week when we wanted rain? Well, we got it! This past Sunday there were 4 inches in the rain gauge. It was quite a weekend! We’re close to full on the fall shares, so thanks to all who have continued with us. We’re waiting on a few checks, and we probably could squeeze…

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Wow, I was just getting used to it being August and September happens this week. Time moves so fast, it seems like we just got started with this season, it goes so rapidly. I washed some French Fingerlings this afternoon and they reminded me of small smooth stones on a beach on one of the…

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Yes, the tomatoes are FINALLY ripening in numbers. They still have a long way to go after a late start from our cool spring, and we are hoping that the weather will continue to be good so that we get some decent production before any hard frosts hit. Enjoy the taste of summer! We need…

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Hi Everyone, This week we have been planting broccoli, lettuce and watering the beets and carrots that germinated last week. We have some issues with beans, zucchini, cucumbers not producing like they should. We think that they dropped flowers during the hot days in July so there is little fruit. The yield on beans has…

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