Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Aug 8th

Rain and hot humid weather has taken its toll on many crops. Vine crops all have powdery mildew, but are still producing. Tomatoes are in a lull with many green tomatoes still to ripen. We have seedlings for cole crops and lettuce to be set out in 2 weeks for early fall harvest.

Find us at:

Middlebury (20 Seymour St.)Wed & Sat8:30-1:30
Old North End Market*Tues3:00-6:30Take EBT & Debit
Winooski Market*Thurs3:30-6:30Take EBT & Debit
Hinesburg Market*Thurs3:30-7:30
Shelburne Market*Sat9:00-1:00
Burlington @
Healthy Living Mkt*
every other Sunday10:00-2:00Take EBT & Debit

* Accept Farm to Family Coupons

Now Harvesting: Squash, Cukes, Tomatoes, Peppers, Cabbage, Beets, Potatoes, Eggplant, Sweet Corn, Strawberries, Cantalope, Honeydew, and Watermelon

Here are some views from around the Farm and Greenhouses:

This is our grandson Holden in Greenhouse 3 on June 13th and again on Aug 8th. Lots of growth on the tomatoes!

Close up on some tomatoes in Greenhouse 3 (taken Aug 8th):

Cole Crop Seedlings in Greenhouse 2 (taken Aug 8th):

Cherry Tomatotes in Greenhouse 1 (taken Aug 8th):

Some of our Outdoor plantings (PattyPan Squash, Green Peppers, Yellow Peppers, Strawberries, Hot peppers):