It's the last of the beets, a mix of varieties - Red Ace, Bulls Blood, Chioggia - from different beds, golf ball-sized, cold-sweetened, nice! Leaves, not in the greatest shape, were trimmed, leaving enough stem to avoid bleeding. Around 50 lbs, and that's it for this year's … [Read more...] about Cleaning up the field: beets
Archives for November 2012
Third week of our first winter farmers' market and it's going great. So far, the weather hasn't been bad, so it doesn't seem entirely radical to have freshly harvested greens and carrots this late in the season, but it's still quite a novelty at our market. One other small farm … [Read more...] about Winter market: third week!
Yep, like just about every year, the new growing season starts here with fall garlic planting. Miserable, damp day, though not so cold. Andrea M (close) and Rochelle (far) are working on different sections to hedge bets on which areas of the field dry out first in case of a … [Read more...] about Garlic goes in again