Dry Winter Farming

The weather determines so much on the farm. This year has been dry so far and Paul has taken every opportunity to keep planting and working the ground. Irrigation has been running during the day to keep the new beds of lettuce and leeks, peas, broccoli raabe, mizuna, arugula, spinach, carrots and turnips from drying out. We know these are crops that could rot, given a couple weeks of rain which is not uncommon here in January and February. But it’s also possible we will be flush with fresh, early spring bounty when we are most often quite thin, stretching to find product to sell. It’s worth the risk.

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Artist: painter, graphics, print and typography. Farm Fan: live on an organic produce farm, am dedicated to educating the public about the food they eat and what it takes to get it to their table. View all posts by candied

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