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Pickled Radish Pods

Radishes. They’re temperamental at times. They can grow into beautiful orbs of peppery goodness¬†or you can turn your back on them and they can bolt, leaving you with harsh, hot and practically inedible roots. But don’t despair! Just let those … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Woman Charged With Peanut Neglect

Ok, not really…but I should be! In the beginning of the summer, I planted some peanut seeds in one of my garden beds. It was the first time that I grew peanuts, but it was one of those “wouldn’t it … Continue reading

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Fall Harvesting

Yesterday, I started harvesting the first of our fall crops. I took about 40 radishes, 20 carrots and a handful of beets. We’ve had at least two nights with frost, but these plants are doing great! I canned the carrots … Continue reading

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Waste Nothing of That Garden Goodness

After we returned from vacation on Saturday, we spent the day at the farm on Sunday to play catch up. The fall crops are doing well and there was minimal harvesting necessary. The carrot bed was out of control. I … Continue reading

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Fighting The Blight

For the third year in a row, our tomato plants have blight. Last year, it destroyed our entire crop before we could get any tomatoes. This year, we are able to stay a little ahead of the blight and are … Continue reading

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My Days Are Scheduled By My Garden

It’s funny how this time of year, I find myself rearranging appointments or other obligations because I had a larger harvest than expected. Or my peppers are getting soft. Or I need more jars… Those that don’t grow their own … Continue reading

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