Monthly Archives: August 2015

Begin The Fall

Summer is coming to a close for most folks, and parents look toward the start of the school year. The farm season now shifts into high gear for winter squashes. The first of our decorative pumpkins is just about ready! … Continue reading

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Something New

Where potato plants once thrived, are nothing but tall weeds. Last year we never weeded and lost track of the potatos until almost November. This year, we harvest early. Now some bad news. Edamame soybeans, which require a long growing … Continue reading

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Bam Garlic

Some were huge, some were rinkydink, some had a broken stalk, some had overmatured and opened up, some were white, some were brilliant purple. Digging them up, keeping them in varietal order, sorting for size and tying in bunches during … Continue reading

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Gazpacho In The Making

Tomato plants are growing wild in all directions. These are all over the place, need to be staked, and would benefit from some pruning. The twine supports took forever to tie, and are proving too paltry for these plants, so … Continue reading

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