Posted by: csacrownheights | June 29, 2009

Share menu for 6/30/9

Full share

  • 4 pc. baby bok choy
  • 1 red iceberg lettuce
  • 1 greenhouse seedless cucumber
  • 8 oz Tatsoi salad greens
  • 1 bu. Italian parsley
  • 1 bu. U-Choy stir-fry greens
  • 1 Boston lettuce
  • 8 oz sugar snap peas
  • 1 bu. French radish
  • 1 red oak leaf lettuce

Partial share (receiving sugar snap peas AND snow peas to make up for last week!)

  • 2 pc. baby bok choy
  • 8 oz Mizuna
  • 8 oz snow peas
  • 8 oz sugar snap peas
  • 1 bu. Frech radish
  • 1 red Romaine head
  • 1 red oak leaf lettuce

This Week’s Message from Fred:

Greetings!

We have finally had a stretch of a few days, (in between thunder storms), where I actually saw blue skies.  Hopefully, if this clear weather period holds, we will be very busy trying to catch up with many of the field activities we were unable to do over the last few weeks because of the wet conditions caused by the rain.
 
I can barely contain myself with appreciation when we have a clear day like today.  We have many transplants and seedings to make up, some will clearly be behind and delayed on the harvest side, but with an adequate stretch of good weather, we hope to minimize any potential gaps in the supply of veggies in the coming weeks.  It’s the simplest of things like a sunny day that can be so important to how we can schedule the field seedings.  Ultimately, for better or worse, that affects the availability of some of the vegetables for harvest in the late summer and fall.  
 
Be well,
 
Fred & Karen
 
PS.  The partials members have an additional item of 8 oz. of Snow Pea Pods this week because of the short from last week.

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