Harvest for March 27, 2012

Today promises to be another amazing March day.  We’ve been hard at work this week getting the tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, and cucumbers planted in the high tunnel, repairing some damage to the greenhouse at Pleasant View school the elementary where I teach kids to garden one morning a week, and attending a food safety workshop put on by the MU extension and Missouri Department of Health.  All in all a very full and rewarding week; the rain was perfect, and now we are back into much higher than normal temps, which has us headed for record early harvests.   In todays harvest, we’ll have the following;

Head Lettuce

Green onions

Leeks

Spinach

Winter squash

Yukon Gold Potatoes;  we’re out of our crop for the season, but we’ve acquired some organic potatoes from my sister at Homegrown Food.

Jerusalem Artichokes

Kale

Swiss chard

Baby lettuce.

If you haven’t yet signed up for the summer, don’t forget, and whether you have or not, be sure to put the potluck date on your calendar;  Saturday May 12, 5:30 p.m.  See you tomorrow.

Thanks,

Curtis

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