Farm Happenings at Sycamore Bend Farm
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Farm Happenings at Sycamore Bend Farm

July 1, 2020

Posted on June 28th, 2020
Tomatoes will be strong for the rest of this share season. Had a couple reports of bags of mixed greens going bad last week - if this happened within a couple days of being in your fridge, shoot me an email or other message and I'll tack on a $5 credit to your account. In general, we've learned they... read more »

Last June delivery

Posted on June 21st, 2020
Not much new. The big job was getting 1200 sweet potatoes planted. Staying ahead of the weeds and bugs. More tomatoes each week, we have been putting some extras into boxes as we get 'surprised' by ripe ones. I know Harvie gives cooking tips, I'll offer mine too: Cucumber salad - slice thin, salt,... read more »

Garden Transition and thoughts about the future

Posted on June 14th, 2020
The garden is transitioning from spring greens to late spring and early summer veggies. We'll have less salad veggies after this week, and finish spring with roots like beets and carrots and the heartier greens like kale and chard and dandelion greens. Early summer crops are coming on - the squash and... read more »

Saturday's Delivery

Posted on June 10th, 2020
All: If you are not signed up for a share, but are a "Farm Stand" subscriber, you can order a box with all the extras we have available. Regular customers: We are at our peak of variety, especially with the spring crops being delayed and our summer crops coming on fast. I highly recommend making good... read more »

Farm Happenings for June 10

Posted on June 5th, 2020
All: If you are not signed up for a share, but are a "Farm Stand" subscriber, you can order a box with all the extras we have available. Regular customers: We are near our peak of variety, especially with the spring crops being delayed and our summer crops coming on fast. I highly recommend making good... read more »