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

Farmer John Writes: Is It Time?

Posted on November 26th, 2020
This week (November 29th – December 5th) is the final week of our four-week Extended Season, and the final week of our 2020 deliveries. We closely monitor crops here as the season nears an end, because we don’t want to run out, but we also don’t want to have a lot left over after deliveries... read more »

Extended Season Week 4 Farm News Coming Soon

Posted on November 19th, 2020
We will send you Week 4 Extended Season Farm News separately once it has been posted online. read more »

Farmer John Writes: What is the Farm to You?

Posted on November 19th, 2020
This is our best year for Brussels sprouts in many years. Still, it is not as good as I would like. Some of the stalks are graced by many large sprouts; some of the stalks are graced by large sprouts at the bottom and smaller sprouts at the top; some of the whole stalks are populated mostly by small... read more »

Extended Season Week 3 Farm News Coming Soon

Posted on November 12th, 2020
We will send you Week 3 Extended Season Farm News separately once it has been posted. read more »

Farmer John Writes: Do Things Work Out?

Posted on November 12th, 2020
In last week’s Farm News, Still Growing, I acknowledged the contributions to the farm made by our pack volunteers, our delivery drivers, and the crops themselves. This week, I am expressing appreciation for our many wonderful shareholders...continue reading. read more »

Farmer John Writes: Still Growing

Posted on November 5th, 2020
Welcome to our Extended Season. In the Extended Season, our deliveries drop down to about half of what they were in the main season. This somewhat reduces the pressure to harvest, bag, pack, etc. Other pressures increase during this period, such as sleet, snow, cold, wind, etc...continue reading. read more »

Extended Season Week 2 Farm News Coming Soon

Posted on November 5th, 2020
We will send you Week 2 Extended Season Farm News separately once it has been posted. read more »