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August 27, 2018

This will be a quick message.  I've added raccoons to my nemesis list for the year.  They're doing a number on my sweet corn and they've outwitted me quite effectively so far. On to happier topics:

As that battle continues, we are adding two new cherry tomatoes and one new heirloom.  Your cherry tomato containers will be seeing Chocolate Pear and Eggyolk tomatoes.  The names speak for themselves.  You will also be seeing an heirloom tomato called Carbon...

August 20, 2018

This week will feature a similar basket to last week's: a different type of eggplant and your last cabbage, but all else will be the same.  The insane amount of summer squash and cucumbers is subsiding, but that is to be expected as we head into September.

The high humidity and the daily rain have made organic gardening very difficult lately.  This type of weather is perfect for insects, mildew and fungus.  You spray with an organic spray, it rains, you...

August 13, 2018

No matter how hard I try, I can't run away from Autumn. I see it first in the fields, as certain crops tell me of the impending doom.  The arrival of corn is the first sign, followed by the harvesting of the onions and lastly the ripening of the melons.

This week you will get your first taste of the onion crop.  I harvested the first batch last week.  Although they are currently drying, they're not quite hardened.  What that means for you is that I recommend...

August 6, 2018

The same love I have for tomatoes I have for corn.  And for this, I've violated several unspoken CSA rules.  For time and land space, heirloom tomatoes and corn are often not part of a CSA share.  Having said that, my passion for these items necessitates me growing them for you.

As you have seen all year, the quantity of a new vegetable starts off on the slow side then gets ramped up when the crop comes in full tilt.  So, how many ears are rea...

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