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Lettuce gone wild…


The early lettuce has company. Several other varieties of lettuce, self-seeded from last year’s crop that was left to flower, just took off. Somehow, there’s tasty arugula mixed in as well. To munch on and to fill in where the voles had their fun, I let it all grow. This year’s lettuce is in there, doing fine, and should be ready not for the first day of the farmers’ market, which is this Saturday, but probably for next week. It’s all…good!



  1. Everything is looking really good! I bet the hoophouse just smells amazing, too. Good luck at the first market of the season; how exciting!

  2. Thanks, Amanda. The market is always fun. So is finally eating really fresh salads right from the field once again!

  3. Dudley Thomas

    What is the best pH for lettuce?

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