Farm News- October 8, 2009
It was an unusually cool September, although the weather is so strange anymore it’s hard to say what is normal.
I know I have been promising string beans for the past couple of weeks, but they have been growing slower than I’ve ever experienced in the past.
The week ahead is predicted to be relatively warm with abundant sunshine so we should be able to begin harvesting beans next week. We do have edamame soybeans for this week.I have a large planting of broccoli that I noticed was beginning to head last week and I had hoped it would be ready for this week. But after a walk though last evening it appears we will have to wait another week on this crop as well.
All of the brassicas are growing beautifully and I expect to have lots of broccoli, as well as cauliflower and cabbage in the final weeks of the regular season.
The sweet potato crop looks good and we should begin to dig these tasty treats for delivery in the next 2 weeks.
The share for this week will be:
Leeks, white potatoes, peppers, spaghetti squash, arugula, kale, multi-colored carrots, choice of lettuce, edamame soybeans, choice of shallots or cippolini onions, and choice of an herb.