Farm Happenings at Angelic Organics Farm
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Farm Happenings at Angelic Organics Farm

Farmer John Writes: I Looked into the Air

Posted on November 3rd, 2019
I wrote last week that rain came down like rivers on Saturday, transforming our fields from muddy to soupy. Even though we have had record rainfall throughout the year, I believe this past week is the wettest our fields have been all year...continue reading. read more »

Week 18 Farm News Coming Soon

Posted on November 2nd, 2019
Snowy Kale. You will receive Week 18 Farm News in your delivery reminder email. read more »

Farmer John Writes: Did We Finish the Potato Harvest?

Posted on October 27th, 2019
Last week in Farm News, I wrote about the challenge of getting our potatoes harvested due to the pervasive mud. As the week was coming to an end, we finally resorted to undercutting the potatoes to allow the soil to air out a bit...continue reading. read more »

Week 17 Farm News Coming Soon

Posted on October 26th, 2019
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Farmer John Writes: The Pendulum Was Right

Posted on October 20th, 2019
Last week in Farm News, I wrote about the major challenge of getting our carrots out of the muddy ground before it was too late to get them at all. I had a lengthy strategy meeting to determine how to go forward with my advisors/machinery operators, Victor and Pollo...continue reading. read more »

Week 16 Farm News Coming Soon

Posted on October 19th, 2019
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Farmer John Writes: Before the Fronds Wilt

Posted on October 13th, 2019
By last Wednesday, the soil was drying–no, not drying–the soil was getting a little less muddy. Less muddy is now what we think of as drying. We had most of a field of carrots still to harvest...continue reading. read more »

Week 15 Farm News Coming Soon

Posted on October 12th, 2019
Mayra (left) and Olga are ready for more rain. read more »

Farmer John Writes: The Will and a Surprise

Posted on October 5th, 2019
We might have a letup in the rains early this week. If so, we’ll harvest the potatoes. We usually get all the root crops out of the ground by late September, knowing that rain might start then and not let up much until frost....continue reading. read more »