The farm is still very much in a transition stage. We've been ripping out spent summer crops right and left, and replacing them with fall and winter veggies, but not much of that is ready to harvest just yet. Near daily rain showers have been great for getting those crops up and running, but have me tearing my hair out with all the late-summer weeds that are popping up along with them. Snakes and spiders (yikes!) are everywhere on the farm, a sure sign of cooler weather to come. A big chicken move happened to new greener pastures, the ladies are happy as clams on fresh grass for the next few months.
Eggplant and okra are still abundant, but the tomatoes and sweet peppers appear to be done for the season. We're down to the last few boxes of potatoes for the summer, so stock up now! Arugula and radishes mark the first of your fall crops, with much more to follow behind those. Sweet potatoes, late green beans, and many more leafy greens should be available fairly soon.
Thank you for your business, eat well, and have yourself a great week!