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Posted 9/18/2007 9:33am by Eleanor Kane.

For the next few weeks the farm hours are Tues - Fri 9-6, Sat and Sun 9-4, closed Monday. The PYO tomato patch still has an abundant supply of main season red and green varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.  We expect to have tomatoes into Oct if we don't have a hard freeze.  We are covering our beds tonight in case we get a frost. Surprisingly the green beans are still producing and available for picking.   We have all white Silver King sweet corn and we hope to have it into late Sept.  The farmstand is stocked daily with a variety of vegetables including  tomatoes, cukes, various lettuces, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We are picking late season plantings of cukes and zuchinni now, however the cukes are struggling resulting in a limited supply. We now offer Buttercup, Delicata and Kabocha Orange winter squash with cooking tips and recipes. Winter squash and all fresh vegetables are packed with vitamins and minerals which are in short supply in instant foods.  Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  We have a small supply of Speckled Swan gourds available. We have started fall seedlings of broccoli, spinach, lettuces, swiss chard and kale and hope to have various vegetables thru fall. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we won't have them this year.  We no longer have PYO grapes.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is a nice dark Coffee mint.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 9/17/2007 8:53am by Eleanor Kane.

For the next few weeks the farm hours are Tues - Fri 9-6, Sat and Sun 9-4, closed Monday. The PYO tomato patch still has an abundant supply of main season red and green varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.  We expect to have tomatoes into Oct if we don't have a hard freeze.  We are covering our beds tonight in case we get a frost. Surprisingly the green beans are still producing and available for picking.   We have two types of Sweet Corn every day, all white Silver King and a bicolor Senaca Dancer, and we hope to have it into late Sept.  The farmstand is stocked daily with various varieties of tomatoes, cukes, various lettuces, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We are picking late season plantings of cukes and zuchinni now, however the cukes are struggling resulting in a limited supply. We now offer Buttercup, Delicata and Kabocha Orange winter squash with cooking tips and recipes. Winter squash and all fresh vegetables are packed with vitamins and minerals which are in short supply in instant foods.  Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  We have a small supply of Speckled Swan gourds available. We have started fall seedlings of broccoli, spinach, lettuces, swiss chard and kale and hope to have various vegetables thru fall. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we won't have them this year.  We no longer have PYO grapes.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is a nice dark Coffee mint with coffee grounds.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 9/16/2007 11:21am by Eleanor Kane.

For the next few weeks the farm hours are Tues - Fri 9-6, Sat and Sun 9-4, closed Monday. The PYO tomato patch still has an abundant supply of main season red and green varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.  We expect to have tomatoes into Oct.  We are covering our beds tonight in case we get a frost. Surprisingly the green beans are still producing and available for picking.   We have two types of Sweet Corn every day, all white Silver King and a bicolor Senaca Dancer, and we hope to have it into late Sept.  The farmstand is stocked daily with various varieties of tomatoes, cukes, various lettuces, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We are picking late season plantings of cukes and zuchinni now, however the cukes are struggling resulting in a limited supply. We now offer Buttercup, Delicata and Kabocha Orange winter squash with cooking tips and recipes. Winter squash and all fresh vegetables are packed with vitamins and minerals which are in short supply in instant foods.  Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  We have started fall seedlings of broccoli, spinach, lettuces, swiss chard and kale and hope to have various vegetables thru fall. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we won't have them this year.  We no longer have PYO grapes.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is a nice dark Coffee mint with coffee grounds.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 9/14/2007 7:43am by Eleanor Kane.

For the next few weeks the farm hours are Tues - Fri 9-6, Sat and Sun 9-4, closed Monday. The PYO tomato patch still has an abundant supply of main season red and green varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.  We expect to have tomatoes into Oct.  Surprisingly the green beans are still producing and available for picking.   We have lots of Sweet Corn now.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields and we hope to have it thru Sept.  The farmstand is stocked daily with various varieties of tomatoes, cukes, various lettuces, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We are picking late season plantings of cukes and zuchinni now, however the cukes are struggling resulting in a limited supply. We now offer Buttercup, Delicata and Kabocha Orange winter squash with cooking tips and recipes. Winter squash and all fresh vegetables are packed with vitamins and minerals which are often in short supply in instant foods.  Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  We have started fall seedlings of broccoli, spinach, lettuces, swiss chard and kale and hope to have various vegetables thru fall. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we won't have them this year.  We no longer have PYO grapes.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is a nice dark Coffee mint with coffee grounds.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 9/9/2007 7:36pm by Eleanor Kane.

For the next few weeks the farm hours are Tues - Fri 9-6, Sat and Sun 9-4, closed Monday. The PYO tomato patch still has an abundant supply of main season red and green varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.  We expect to have tomatoes into Oct.  PYO green beans have ended.  We have lots of Sweet Corn now.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields and we hope to have it thru Sept.  The farmstand is stocked daily with various varieties of tomatoes, cukes, various lettuces, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. Our late season plantings of cukes and zuchinni are producing now.  Cantalope and Delicata squash are almost finished.  Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  We have started fall seedlings of broccoli, spinach, lettuces, swiss chard and kale and hope to have various vegetables thru fall. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know yet if they will amount to anything. We no longer have PYO grapes.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is a nice dark Coffee mint with coffee grounds.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 9/7/2007 11:02am by Eleanor Kane.

For the next few weeks the farm hours are Tues - Fri 9-6, Sat and Sun 9-4, closed Monday. The PYO tomato patch still has an abundant supply of main season red and green varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.  We expect to have tomatoes into Oct.  PYO green beans have ended.  We have lots of Sweet Corn now.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields and we hope to have it thru Sept.  The farmstand is stocked daily with various varieties of tomatoes, cukes, various lettuces, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. Our late season plantings of cukes and zuchinni are producing now.  Cantalope and Delicata squash are almost finished.  Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  We have started fall seedlings of broccoli, spinach, lettuces, swiss chard and kale and hope to have various vegetables thru fall. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know yet if they will amount to anything. We no longer have PYO grapes.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is a nice dark Coffee mint with coffee grounds.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 9/5/2007 8:44pm by Eleanor Kane.

For the next few weeks the farm hours are Tues - Fri 9-6, Sat and Sun 9-4, closed Monday. The PYO tomato patch still has an abundant supply of main season red and green varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.  We expect to have tomatoes into Oct.  We also have green beans available for PYO, although they will end soon.  We have lots of Sweet Corn now.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields and we hope to have it thru Sept.  The farmstand is stocked daily with various varieties of tomatoes, cukes, various lettuces, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini.  Our summer plantings of pickling and slicing cukes, zuchinni and broccoli are winding down resulting in low amounts of these at this time, however we have new plantings coming along and hope to pick from them soon.  Cantalope and Delicata squash are ready. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  We have started fall seedlings of spinach, lettucse, swiss chard and kale and hope to have various vegetables thru fall. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know yet if they will amount to anything. We no longer have PYO grapes.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is a nice dark Coffee mint with coffee grounds.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 9/4/2007 7:04am by Eleanor Kane.

For the next few weeks the farm hours are Tues - Fri 9-6, Sat and Sun 9-4, closed Monday. The PYO tomato patch still has an abundant supply of main season red and green varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.  We expect to have tomatoes into Oct.  We also have green beans available for PYO, although they will end soon.  We have lots of Sweet Corn now.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields and we hope to have it thru Sept.  The farmstand is stocked daily with various varieties of tomatoes, cukes, various lettuces, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini.  Our summer plantings of pickling and slicing cukes, zuchinni and broccoli are winding down resulting in low amounts of these at this time, however we have new plantings coming along and hope to pick from them soon.  Cantalope and Delicata squash are ready. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  We have started fall seedlings of spinach, lettuce, swiss chard and kale and hope to have various vegetables thru fall. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know yet if they will amount to anything. We do not have PYO grapes any longer.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Goat's milk Rose.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 9/2/2007 9:44am by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch still has an abundant supply of main season red and green varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.  We expect to have tomatoes into Oct.  We also have green beans available for PYO, although they will end soon.  We have lots of Sweet Corn now.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields and we hope to have it thru Sept. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know yet if they will amount to anything. The farmstand is stocked daily with various varieties of tomatoes, cukes, various lettuces, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini.  Our summer plantings of pickling and slicing cukes, zuchinni and broccoli are winding down resulting in low amounts of these at this time, however we have new plantings coming along and hope to pick from them soon.  Cantalope and Delicata squash are ready. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  We have started fall seedlings of spinach, lettuce, swiss chard and kale and hope to have various vegetables thru fall. Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Goat's milk Rose.  The farm hours for Labor Day weekend are Sat 9-4, Sun 9-4 and Labor Day 9am - 2pm.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/30/2007 9:57am by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and main season varieties. The price for PYO  is  $1.00/lb  red or green.  This year the patch has approx 800 tomato plants with 13 varieties including heirloom and plum varieties.   We also have green beans available for PYO, although they will end soon.  We have lots of Sweet Corn now.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields and we hope to have it thru Sept. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know yet if they will amount to anything.  Our peaches are finished for this year.  The farmstand is stocked daily with various varieties of tomatoes, various lettuces, pickling cukes, slicing cukes, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, Broccoli, summer squash, traditional and eight ball Zucchini.  Cantalope and Delicata squash are ready. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. Fall pumpkins and gourds are coloring up.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Goat's milk Rose.  The farm hours for Labor Day weekend are Sat 9-4, Sun 9-4 and Labor Day 9am - 2pm.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

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