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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Greens for Everyone!

These last few weeks have been full of greens. Mustards, arugula, turnips, collards and a little bit of kale. More kale is coming for those that are waiting. In the meantime, CSA members and animals alike have had their share of greens. So many mustard greens, so little tummy… Turnip roots and radishes are growing … Continue reading »

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Cover Cropping

I briefly mentioned in the prior post that Andy cover cropped part of the garden with clover seeds, but I failed to mention the Austrian winter peas, daikon radishes and rye that were also planted with the clover seeds a week ago. The peas and clover are legumes. The legumes take nitrogen from the air … Continue reading »

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Oh Happy Days

Oh what a week! It’s actually been ‘oh what a few weeks!’ around here. Where to start? Oh, yes. The Farmer turned 33!!! Happy Birthday Andy!!! The garden is flourishing! We’ve finally spotted an earthworm in the garden and hope that more appear as we continue to cover crop, add organic matter, mulch, compost and … Continue reading »

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OliveYou: Recipes from the Farmer’s Sister

Hello! It’s so nice to be posting again for my sweet sister and the Urbanna CSA. While I live in Atlanta I get to feel like a part of the Urbanna community by keeping up-to-date on the latest CSA harvests. My fiancĂ©, John and I are members of an Atlanta CSA and truly believe in … Continue reading »

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