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:


  1.  Any berries in your share will always be separate from your bag. Be sure to look for them from now on as we will  probably have some most weeks from now on.
  2. I've started using white plastic bags with a wooden tag instead of the mesh simply because they hold more produce.  Please return the bag and tag as usual so they can be recycled.



As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call me at 459-3105. Take care.









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