Field Notes: Volume 16, Number 14
This Week’s Harvest
While we strive for consistency at the Ecosystem Farm, we ask that our SHAREholders please keep in mind that Friday and Tuesday harvests will not always be the same.
For your convenience, an exact harvest list will be posted in the packing shed.
It was a race against the clock this week to get things planted for fall. The brassicas were well beyond ready to go into the ground and the weather was unsure if it wanted to cooperate. Planting in dry ground would be ideal but even the slightest bit of moisture can make this soil heavy and difficult to handle. Luckily, with only a bit of drops on their heads, our farm crew planted plenty of cauliflower and broccoli to be ready for harvesting in the fall.
Along with the unpredictable weather comes unpredictable pests and disease issues which leaves us wondering what we’ll harvest next. But things still looks promising. Our tomatoes and rainbow chard are doing quite well and our heirlooms and figs are well on their way to greatness.