Yes, yes I know. For some of you Okra is and has been a non-starter for a long time. And no, I don't expect to write a few sentences and see you all jumping over to this side of the okra patch, nibbling on the raw pod with all of it's crunch and complexity. BUT, I do hope you'll hear me out. This i1 read more »
Bed flipping or the Fall
Between the heavy rains the soil in a few of our beds was able to dry out enough to be "flipped". For us, this process means (1) removing the plant debris form the last crop (2) pulling out any large grass/weed clumps by hand (3) rolling up landscape fabric and drip tape lines (4) applying naturall1 read more »
The Harvest continues and volunteering opportunity!
We had a beautiful harvest morning this past week. All separated at least 6 feet apart, wearing masks, with dragonflies flying overhead and the sun burning off the morning fog, we picked end of season cherry tomatoes and summer squash. So grateful for the team we have, both staff and volunteers. We1 read more »
Seasons change and farmers adapt
With the slow but persistent seasonal changes, in the thick of the summer heat you have to really focus to notice the subtle differences. Afternoon rains turn to intense thunderstorms. Scorching hot noon sun, turns to humid breezes and ominous clouds. Grasshoppers grow from small and bright green t1 read more »