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Posted 8/29/2007 1:54pm 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 sweet corn today.  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.  Cantaloupes and Delicata squash are ready. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. We also offer a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Goat's milk Rose.  The farm hours thru Labor Day are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat and Sunday 9 - 4pm. Monday,Labor Day, we will be open 10 - 2pm. Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

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Posted 8/28/2007 11:08am 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 sweet corn today.  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. Starting Saturday we will have the first Cantaloupes and Delicata squash. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. We also offer a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Goat's milk Rose.  The farm hours thru Labor Day are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/27/2007 9:08am 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 two varieties of sweet corn today, Silver King and Mauntok.  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. Starting Saturday we will have the first Cantaloupes and Delicata squash. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. We also offer a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Goat's milk Rose.  The farm hours thru Labor Day are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/25/2007 7:25pm 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.   Raspberries season had ended. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know if they will amount to anything at this time.  The farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm.  The next picking of sweet corn is Sunday.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields and hope to have it thru Sept.  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. Starting Saturday we will have the first Cantaloupes and Delicata squash. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. We also offer a few potted perennials.  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 8/25/2007 7:24pm 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.   Raspberries season had ended. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know if they will amount to anything at this time.  The farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm.  The next picking of sweet corn is Sunday.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields and hope to have it thru Sept.  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. Starting Saturday we will have the first Cantaloupes and Delicata squash. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. We also offer a few potted perennials.  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 8/23/2007 6:55pm 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.   Raspberries season had ended. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know if they will amount to anything at this time.  The farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm.  The next picking of sweet corn is Saturday.  Randy has large plantings growing in the fields.  I think we will have lots of corn starting very soon.  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. Starting Saturday we will have the first Cantaloupes and Delicata squash. Soon we will also offer Kabocha Orange and Buttercup winter squash. We also offer a few potted perennials.  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 8/23/2007 8:22am 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.   Raspberries season had ended. The fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't know if they will amount to anything at this time.  The farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm.  We have sweet corn today, perhaps it is coming on enough for Randy to pick it tomorrow also. If not then we will have sweet corn next on Saturday. Randy has large plantings of sweet corn growing in the fields, however it seems to be sitting still, especially with night temps in the 40's. I think we will have lots of corn starting very soon.  Our peaches are finished for this year.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, various lettuces, pickling cukes, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, Broccoli, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We also offer a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/22/2007 8:58am by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early 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.  Raspberries season had ended. Unfortunately our fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't expect to reap a fall harvest from them.  The farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm.  Randy has large plantings of sweet corn growing in the fields, however it seems to be sitting still, especially with night temps in the 40's. I think we will have lots of corn starting very soon.  Our peaches are finished for this year.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, various lettuces, pickling cukes, peppers, kale, Baby Swiss chard, Broccoli, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We also offer a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/21/2007 8:10am by Eleanor Kane.

What a beautiful morning. I went to Berry Bog Farm and picked blueberries. It was wonderful.  The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early 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.  Raspberries season had ended. Unfortunately our fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't expect to reap a fall harvest from them.  The farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm.  Randy has large plantings of sweet corn growing in the fields, however it seems to be sitting still, especially with night temps in the 40's. I think we will have lots of corn starting very soon.  Our peaches are finished for this year.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, various lettuces, pickling cukes, kale, Baby Swiss chard, Broccoli, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We also offer a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

Posted 8/20/2007 9:04am by Eleanor Kane.

The PYO tomato patch is open with an abundant supply of early and early 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.  Raspberries season had ended. Unfortunately our fall raspberries did not overwinter in good health and we don't expect to reap a fall harvest from them.  The farm hours are Mon thru Fri 9am - 6pm. Sat 9 - 4 and Sunday 12 - 4pm. We will not have sweet corn on Monday and may have it Tuesday, however that is not definate yet. Randy has large plantings of sweet corn growing in the fields, however it seems to be sitting still, especially with night temps in the 40's.  Corn availability will be erratic until these larger plantings mature.  Our peaches are finished for this year.  At the farm stand we will offer tomatoes, various lettuces, pickling cukes, kale, Baby Swiss chard, Broccoli, traditional and eight ball Zucchini. We also offer a few potted perennials.  Our handmade herbal soaps are sold at the farm stand year round.  My latest favorite is Ginger Garden.  Call the farm phone @ 868-2001 anytime for updates or check here.

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