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July 30, 2018

We are getting to the point of the year that is simply glorious. Tomato season is upon us!  Last week you had a taste of cherry tomatoes.  I hope you liked them, since you should be getting those in your basket until year's end.  This week you are also receiving the regular sized tomatoes.  Make no mistake about this: These tomatoes are anything but regular.  I've been growing tomatoes for decades and I believe I developed a discerning palette for them.  I...

July 23, 2018

It is with great pride I introduce to you the new set of cherry tomatoes for 2018.  This week you will be receiving three varieties of cherry/grape tomatoes.  I have an unabashed love for tomatoes and I would never grow a tomato that I am not proud of.  I think you'll truly enjoy this year's crop.  Let me briefly review the three tomatoes you will be receiving:

Valentine - Hybrid red grape tomato.  This is a new variety that Johnny Seeds intro...

July 16, 2018

I was reading some of my older posts and noticed that we were very wet this time last year and the insects were an issue. This year has been unseasonably dry.  It seems like every storm that approaches the farm either dissipates before its arrival or splits up right overhead.  Fortunately we setup drip irrigation for most of the crops, but nothing beats a nice soaking rain.

This week we will adding bell peppers to your share.  The variety of b...

July 9, 2018

As we plow into July, we have some new things coming your way.  This week we will be adding some baby Napoli carrots and Hungarian Wax peppers.  We hope you will enjoy the sweetness of the baby carrots.  Although you'll be given only a pepper or two, we think you'll enjoy the little heat they have.

The cucumbers are starting to increase in numbers and I hope you put them to good use.  When we are not just eating them with s...

July 3, 2018

As the heat reaches triple digits, the spring crops fade into oblivion.  

The summer crop is starting to take hold and it looks to be a strong one.  The beans are coming in hot and heavy now, so you'll be getting a significant amount of these for the next few weeks.

The two varieties you'll be receiving are the Maxibel (the long slender French style bean) and Goldilocks (standard yellow bean).  If you have a discriminating pallet, you can taste the difference...

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