Farm Happenings at Sustainable Harvest Farm
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Farm Happenings at Sustainable Harvest Farm

Week 7

Posted on June 25th, 2022
This is a picture of the Scare propane Cannon that we're borrowing from the Fish and Wildlife- It sends out an extremely loud blast every minute to scare away birds that are eating the seeds that we plant.  But here's a real life problem... if we set this cannon out in the field it is likely t1 read more »

Week 6

Posted on June 18th, 2022
Gee Whiz- It's been extremely hot. Fortunately I'm blessed with a hard working crew of guys that can handle it. They do tell me that the tempature is hotter and more humid in KY than it is in their area of Mexico. Unfortunately some of the crops do not handle the hot weather as well as the guys do.1 read more »

Week 5

Posted on June 11th, 2022
Do you know why so many vegetables are raised in locations with very little rain? I mean--- that just sounds silly right? Crops need rain to survive- so why would you raise them in places with very little rain? Vegetable crops being grown in the deserts of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico???  Wel1 read more »

Week 4

Posted on June 4th, 2022
We're excited to see the "summer crops" developing into soon to be harvestable crops for you. The cucumbers, squash, zuchinni, bell peppers, egggplant, green beans, watermelons, potatoes and other such things are coming along nicely. I anticipate having squash, zuchinni, and cucumbers by the end of1 read more »