Monthly Archive: August 2009
It finally feels like summer in NJ, with the heat and humidity we’ve come to know and endure. We are enjoying what seems like an unprecedented five day period without rain, but it is predicted to end by Wednesday as we head into another week of showers and thunderstorms.
Normally at this time of year I am impeded from seeding crops for the fall by dry conditions. (more…)
This past week we finished harvesting the onion crop, which is a great relief. With these wet and humid conditions everyday that they remained in the field they were in danger of rotting. Now we can turn our attention to other pressing matters such as getting the weeds under control in the winter squash and elsewhere, and beginning to transplant the fall broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. (more…)
I am once again late in writing the update, and for that I apologize to those who are waiting to know what they will receive this week.
All I can say is that I am a bit overwhelmed at the moment trying to keep up with so many battles on so many fronts.
We have just passed another wet spell with almost 4” of rain falling during the past week. (more…)