Monthly Archives: January 2012

Pak Choy Seedlings Bolted

It is pretty.  The nice yellows against a dark green cut with veins of white.  And yet it means that the Pak Choy (or Bok Choy as most Americans call it) is no longer tasty but has gone to seed … Continue reading

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Washing and Preparing Produce for Market

Produce doesn’t look this good straight from the ground.  Especially if you are growing organically, there will be extra steps to take to ensure quality produce for your consumers.

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On the Farm: Building a DIY Greenhouse (For less than you think)

So, I have been thinking about building a greenhouse since I started work on the farm and the Christmas Break gave me the perfect opportunity to build that idea out. 

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