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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Dent Corn

We just received another box from Southern Exposure. Oh they have the best customer service on the planet. After our first order didn’t arrive, they expedited the goods to us. The days matter when it comes to planting and who knows better than farmers and seed companies? (You don’t have to answer that.) We’ve been … Continue reading »

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Spring is in the air

Our 3rd CSA pick-up of the year is tomorrow and so far it’s been soooo good. The last few weeks have had some delicious shares, including baby leeks, carrots, collards, kale and more ‘winter’ veggies. The spinach has gone gangbusters as Andy so eloquently stated while he was harvesting for tomorrow’s pick-up. We’ve acquired a few … Continue reading »

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Here we grow

      Tomorrow will be the first CSA pick-up for 2o14. Carrots, Kohlrabi, Mustards, Mixed Lettuces, and Collards will be in the shares. The herb garden has Cilantro, Rosemary, Catnip, Lemon Balm, Parsley and a couple of Bay Leaves ready and the Garlic and Strawberries will be ready in no time. The very first asparagus has … Continue reading »

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CSA 2014 Coming Soon

Less than 2 weeks away, is the start of this year’s CSA. Our 3rd season and we’re more hopeful than ever that this year will be great. Andy’s been perfecting the “smell of fertility” over here (don’t stand downwind) and the compost has been breaking down and the compost tea was bubbling (until the air … Continue reading »

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Andy and Harold were at it again, removing bees from another building. If it wasn’t for the hands-on experience that they have gained over the years, I don’t know how they would manage these crazy jobs. When bees are in buildings, a lot of people automatically think to spray them to kill the bees. One of main … Continue reading »

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