Kenny has been really busy this week, he is doing everything he can to keep the crops producing.  He has put up the new greenhouse over some of  his existing tomatoes and green beans, planted rows and rows of different lettuces and greens. He’s tried to covered additional rows of beans and tomatoes, hoping to keep them for a few more weeks. We are picking our peppers, squashes and eggplants early to beat the freeze that is heading our way. We picked tomatoes today and have them laid out on every flat surface in the garage and sheds, lots are ripe and ready and others are green with the hopes of ripening after being picked.  The broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage should be okay; as well as our other greens… they are all cold weather crops. I picked the last of the Golden Delicious apples today, so the report for available produce this weekend is as follows…

We will have plenty of heirloom and red tomatoes, green beans, potatoes (red and white), onions, sweet potatoes, some zucchini, yellow squash, lots of red and green bell peppers, pablono , banana and jalapeno peppers, eggplant, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, baby lettuce mix, mustard greens, some kale, a few more apples and plenty of winter squashes… acorn, butternut and spaghetti.

If anyone needs produce and would like me to make them a basket to have ready, just e-mail me and let me know early in the day Friday. I will have your order ready when you arrive on Saturday morning.

Thanks for supporting us with your purchases at the market,

Val & Kenny


P. S.   Don’t forget to pick up your farm-fresh, free-range eggs at the market as well.  We have chicken, quail and now duck eggs available.


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