Today started cold and frosty, and looks to end with snow. On the other hand, the ten day forcast is for fairly warm weather, and we’re looking forward to that. This time of year we start looking for the soil to dry enough to get out and plow the early fields, where we’ll plant onions, cabbage, choi, kale, spinach, etc. Right now it looks like mud into the forseeable future. That’s o.k. though, we need the moisture. We had a little help with todays harvest, with boc choi, salad mix, and spinach from our friends at Show Me Produce in Cole Camp. I went north yesterday to get seed, and since I was up that way already, I picked up some beautiful hydroponically grown greens. In today’s harvest, you’ll find:
Spinach (mostly from our high tunnels, with some from Show Me)
Salad Mix (mostly from our high tunnels, with some from Show Me)
Jerusalem Artichokes (they look like ginger, and are used cooked like a potato, or fresh sliced like a water chestnut.
Boc Choi (from Show Me)
Whole shares only:
Hope you have a great day, and we’ll see you at the farm.