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Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 19 – October 11, 2018

go here DIRT FROM THE FIELD: Penultimate greetings, dear readers! The crew took a rare weather day off on Tuesday with the inch of precipitation, both rain and snow, that we got in Joseph. While the precip held off for the most part, the dreary cold continued, but the crew persevered and completed both our salad harvest […]

Backyard Gardens CSA:  Week 18 - October 3, 2018

Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 18 – October 3, 2018

see url DIRT FROM THE FIELD: October’s here with stormy skies and frosty mornings. This week we prepared the field for tilling and seeding cover crop by fully clearing out the summer squash, cut flower, and winter squash sections. We layered the fresh plant material into the compost bins with semi-decomposed material that was already in there […]

Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 17 – September 26, 2018

reviews international dating sites DIRT FROM THE FIELD: Day length dropped below 12 hours on Saturday, bringing summer to a close. Fall made it’s arrival abundantly known on Monday morning when the farm received it’s first frost of the year. The leaves of our summer squash and bean plants, along with sensitive flowers curled and turned brown. The leaves […]

Backyard Gardens CSA:  Week 16 - September 19, 2018

Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 16 – September 19, 2018

http://mariechristinedesign.com/?misleno=si-tu-rencontres-un-ramier&dec=53 DIRT FROM THE FIELD: The last couple weeks on the farm we’ve taken advantage of the clear and cool weather to pull our storage onions. We grew a couple different varieties of red and yellow storage onions, and they’re now curing on a rack in the barn and on the slatted tables where our starts […]

Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 15 – September 12, 2018

zdf binäre optionen DIRT FROM THE FIELD: Welcome back! First up, having issues with media uploading on this page freezing my web browser, so no fuzzy cell phone pictures with this post, yet. My apologies. Writing this post belatedly on Thursday morning, November 13, 2018, the clouds are intermittently parting over the mountains, revealing some of the first […]

Backyard Gardens CSA:  Week 14 - September 5, 2018

Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 14 – September 5, 2018

go to link DIRT FROM THE FIELD: Farmers are experimentalists in practice. At every scale and step, from seed to plant to bed to block to season, we have the opportunity to try one method or another or many. Last year, we used row cover on our fall brassica section and some plants suffered in the heat of […]

Backyard Gardens CSA:  Week 13 - August 29, 2018

Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 13 – August 29, 2018

http://lovenet.org/?prevert=conocer-gente-en-granada-para-amistad&f06=35 DIRT FROM THE FIELD: Somehow, it’s the end of August already. The smoke has cleared from the skies for some truly beautiful and cool fall-like mornings, with the full moon setting over Sawtooth as we start our harvests. The angle of the sun feels like it is falling rapidly to the south, reminding us that […]

Backyard Gardens CSA:  Week 12 - August 22, 2018

Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 12 – August 22, 2018

follow url DIRT FROM THE FIELD: Timing is everything for farmers, and it’s especially true for farmers like us that squeeze the most out of small acreage by using the same beds multiple times in one season. This week we have a production gap from our tiller breaking down a month ago. We weren’t able to direct […]

Backyard Gardens CSA:  Week 11 - August 15, 2018

Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 11 – August 15, 2018

http://poloclubmiddennederland.nl/?cid=20 DIRT FROM THE FIELD: Greetings loyal readers. Get ready for some summer feasting- the big news from the field is that we harvested so many goodies for the CSA members! Large shares got a whooping thirteen items this week and small shares got eight. Even though the shares were up to value last week, they […]

Backyard Gardens CSA:  Week 10 - August 8, 2018

Backyard Gardens CSA: Week 10 – August 8, 2018

http://www.backclinicinc.com/?jixer=iqoprtion&720=11 DIRT FROM THE FIELD: This morning we met in the dusty rose dawn and harvested the first flower shares of the season. Flower shares represent a small, and perhaps underappreciated part of the Backyard Gardens operation. But they are a delight for the harvesters and the recipients. For eight weeks, four members of our community […]