Tuesday is the last Summer CSA harvest for 2012. It has been a very challenging season, with much less water than we needed, and very high temperatures, which dramatically decreased the tomato, green bean, lettuce, and carrot harvest. On the other hand, we came through pretty well, as we were much better prepared for drought than last year, and I felt good about the quality and quantity in our shares. I hope you’ve enjoyed your veggies, and just as importantly, that you have enjoyed your connection to our farm. I know many of you are continuing with the winter CSA, which will have it’s first pick up on November 6. If you are intending to sign up, but haven’t yet, please do it soon, as we are filling up quickly, and only have about 10 spots left in the winter CSA. Meanwhile, here’s the harvest for Tuesday.
Broccoli or cabbage Conventionally raised, from Dan Bigby
Winter Squash from Rich Hill Missouri Mennonite produce growers (conventional)
I don’t know yet which things will be limited to either whole or half shares, although there will be several of these. Hope you enjoy the harvest.
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- Our Free Twilight Walk is Wednesday night @ 6:30. We will be discussing irrigation tomorrow. Before winter sets in let’s go over the how’s and why’s we use different types of irrigation. We will also be going over what fall crops we grow and how we get them established before winter.Still on but delayedToday is a day so special to our family. 9 years ago these 4 littles became official Millsaps and our joy overflows! #adoption #familyday1st harvest of ginger this yearMarket Time! Come on out to the Farmers Market of the Ozarks 8-1Day is done
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