Week of June 25, 2018
It's a record! According to my records on irrigation, this is the first time I've never had to water in June. Actually, those records are only stored in my memory, which even on a good day has more holes in it than a head of looper-infested cabbage. Nonetheless, because of timely rains, I've not had to drag a single hose nor babysit my drip system in May or June -- and by golly, I don't miss that chore one little bit.
This week you can expect to receive a bountiful supply of "all naturally watered" lettuce, Swiss Chard, honeyberries, and strawberries, with a little fresh garlic (I'm going to try it to see if it's sized up properly) thrown in for good measure.
Coming soon -- baby carrots, beets, and peas!
Just a couple small administrative reminders:
As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call me at 459-3105. Take care.