Week 17, 2012

Always something to see at the farm! Bigger than a cabbage moon. 7.2.12

Harvest Newsletter, October 2012
Week 17 of 18

Greetings, Members!

Farm News: Saturday, October 13th 12-3PM is the Fall Potluck and pick your own pumpkin, we hope to see many of you.  Family and friends are welcome to the potluck too.

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Week 16, 2012

Pepper plants tucked in with row cover and bedding… let’s hope they survive tonight’s low 30’s.

Harvest Newsletter, September 2012
Week 16 of 18

Greetings, Members!

Farm News: The squash has been harvested and is curing in the green house as are the sweet potatoes.  That also means that with the cooler night temps Adam has had the wood burner going.

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Week 15, 2012

Always something to see at the farm!  Moon rise on July 2, 2012.

Harvest Newsletter, September 2012
Week 15 of 18

Greetings, Members!

Farm News: Temps for Monday night were predicted to drop to the 30’s, which means that tomato plants in the field may not survive.   Adam has also been very busy harvesting sweet potatoes which are also sensitive to cold temps and will continue after Mondays CSA harvest/delivery.  Gladly, sweet potatoes looked great!

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Week 14, 2012

Yellow Watermelon from Living Land Farm! We’ve never seen anything like it, and it’s SOOOO delicious!

Harvest Newsletter, September 2012
Week 14 of 18

Greetings, Members!

Farm News: Squash is the latest addition to the deliveries!  We did have a few zucchini plants infected by the vine borer however nothing compared to last seasons’ loss of about 80% of all summer and winter squash.

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Week 12, 2012

Harvest Newsletter, August 2012

Week 12 of 18

Greetings, Members!

Farm News: Web site helper Leonel here.  I was on vacation and didn’t post week 12’s newsletter.  My apologies for any inconvenience and confusion this may have caused.  What follows is the newsletter as sent by Lupita and Adam via email for the week of August 27, 2012.  Enjoy!

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Week 11, 2012

Eggplant is abundant this year.

Harvest Newsletter, August 2012
Week 11 of 18

Greetings, Members!

Farm News: Tomatoes are slowly ripening in the field, which is why last week we were unable to send out on Monday’s delivery.  The high tunnel tomatoes are basically done and diseased – it was great to have early tomatoes, thanks for understanding.

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Week 10, 2012

Broccoli.

Harvest Newsletter, August 13

Week 10 of 18

Greetings, Members!

Farm News: I read on one of those framed pictures at the co-op recently a very well written composition about farming and how some approach that worked 10 times may not work on the 11th and as a farmer you may not ever know why it didn’t work.  We’ve only been at this for 3 years now and I have just begun to establish these approaches that may or may not work on the 11th try.  In a way, I believe that this is the real joy of this kind of farming.

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