tomato time

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We try to eat at least somewhat seasonally in our house, switching from fresh vegetables to frozen in the winter and following the fruit that is coming from Florida rather than  further afield.  Most of the year I skip over … Continued

farm update: lots of cucumbers

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Well it was cucumber week for the CSA.  Your shares included brown Poona Kheera Cucumbers which are named for a town in India, Armenian serpent cucumbers and regular green slicers. We grew the serpents and poonas on a small sandy, … Continued

Week 2 Pick Up

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Our second pick up is today.  Scott is busy getting your shares ready but I caught him  in the house grabbing a snack and here is what he expects you will have in your shares. Depending on how things go, … Continued

And now starring the cover crops

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On a farm, cover crops usually play supportive roles at best.   Unglamorous crops like clover and vetch never get the shiny magazine spreads reserved for trendy heirloom tomatoes or the newest hydrangea cultivar.  They just quietly hold down the soil, … Continued

Potato Planting

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It is always an event when Scott teams up with a neighboring farmer to break out this restored antique potato planter that actually works amazingly well.  They are pulling it with a small tractor. The machine digs a trench, drops … Continued

Jug Bay CSA is open for 2011 Sign Up

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Please check our website at www.jugbaymarketgarden.com to get all of the sign up information for our 2011 CSA.   We will have a shorter season this year — 16 weeks, with a possible additional fall/winter share (that many have asked for … Continued

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