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This weekend we harvested the first CSA share of the season, a big milestone! Everything in the share was beautiful and bright, from the arugula to the old favorite purple yardlong beans, but the highlight was hands down the freshly harvested baby ginger.
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I can’t overstate the importance of mulching annuals with straw. A few years ago, while doing an internship on a farm in upstate New York, were the focus of production was on heirloom tomatoes, the emphasis on straw mulch was loud and clear. It’s a good idea to mulch most vegetables, especially long term . . . → Read More: Post-Halloween Straw
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Gary and Tamara of the Little Haiti Community Garden have been working to create a space that is open and welcoming to the surrounding community. The Saturday garden classes for neighborhood kids is just one example of their efforts. I’m teaching some of the classes, including the first one which went really well this . . . → Read More: Saturday Class at the Little Haiti Community Garden
I’m growing the same variety of cabbage I grew last season because it did really well in the field, it formed pretty consistent heads and it tasted awesome. Caraflex is a hybrid variety with good disease resistance and forms a rather small . . . → Read More: Transplanting Cabbage