Cukes and More Cukes

Cukes and More Cukes

This has been the best year for cucumbers and tomatoes. They just keep coming. Ironically, they also take a while to get established, but when they do – oh boy! This season I planted an early crop of cukes in the greenhouse and then direct seeded a crop outside in early June and with another…

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If only I had been paying attention…

If only I had been paying attention…

This has been a remarkable farm season. The weather has been neither too harsh nor too kind. We have had to irrigate very little and the crops have grown well. It has been a crazy three weeks. We just finished harvesting green, yellow and purple beans. Originally, I had planted two different plantings, with a…

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What’s New?

What’s New?

What’s new is that it’s July and I am wondering what happened to June!? It looks like chilly June is going to carry over into July. Sorry tomatoes and peppers, maybe August will be your month! After last year, I made a conscious decision to plant heat-loving crops early and take advantage of the changing climate….

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Fresh This Week Tips, Week 11.7.10

Fresh This Week Tips, Week 11.7.10 Pink Lady Apples STORE: Store in the crisper of your refrigerator for up to one month. PREP: Just wash and eat (or use in your favorite recipe). USE: Your Pink Lady apples are best for eating out of hand, using in pies or adding a sweet crunch to salads….

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