You would never know it by the weather outside, but follow the calendar. We have many transplants already up and growing in the greenhouse and will be ready for the fields starting by the end of April.
The dog days of August turned into the muddy days of August. Usually you get a few steamy days in a row with a shower or two in between but this August was very trying on the nerves.
The most exciting thing happening on the farm this coming year is our introduction to a Community Supported Agricultural program, aka CSA . What does this mean for the farm?
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As we get into the summer months we still see the repercussions of the wet cold spring. Things are starting to take shape and we fired up our first irrigator of the year this past week. Read More