There are more strawberries this week, and enough blossoms on the plants that I’m hoping we’ll get at least one more week out of them. With the cooler weather forecast for most of the week, they should continue to put on blossoms, and as long as we don’t get too much rain we should have good fruit ripening for the next couple of weeks!
New on the list this week are Hakurei salad turnips, fava beans, kohlrabi, a few lettuces, and classic round red radishes. We’re continuing to plant more summer crops, and will hopefully be all cut up by the end of the week, with the rest of the melons, winter and summer squash, and eggplant and peppers that are still in the greenhouse all in the ground. Everything in the field is growing so fast we can barely keep up with harvesting the greens and weeding the weeds! We are starting to organize some volunteer work days, and if any of you are interested in coming out either on a Sunday, or one day during the week, let me know and we’ll add you to the volunteer email list!