This week we've started digging our fall and winter potatoes. We've had our early potatoes available for over a month now and are nearly out of our red potato and our yukon gold potatoes. This year we were able to source some fingerling seed potato so we're excited that our fingerling potatoes are1 read more »
More Cover Crops!
A little over a month ago I wrote a farm happening about seeding cover crops and their many benefits to our farm. Well, that cover crop has reached the stage where it needs to be "terminated" which is a somewhat aggressive way of saying that we need to work that cover crop into our soil before it f1 read more »
One of the things we love about growing garlic is that it stores for SO long once properly cured. It may sound complicated but curing garlic is basically just letting the garlic rest and dry out for around 2 weeks so that the outer layers of garlic dry and form a tight wrap around the plant itself.1 read more »