Happy Halloween

Happy Halloween, eat local leafy greens to counter the mass produced processed candy you might indulge in this week.

Yesterday as the moon began decreasing in fullness and entered into the third phase under a water sign, we planted Red Ace Beets with Dwarf Siberian Kale as companions, more Sugar Snap Peas under a trellis, and a fresh seed crop of All-Star Lettuce (includes Green Oakleaf, Red Oakleaf, Green Romaine, Red Romaine, Lollo Rossa, and Redleaf) to endure our Texas winter. We added more drip lines to insure even saturation which is very important to prevent seedlings from drying out.

The Sugar Snap Peas are producing pods, and we have large green tomatoes I am waiting to see ripen. The tomatillos are abundant. Cucumbers fruits are appearing. Peppers are growing large and ripening with color.

This Saturday we will have All-Star Lettuce, and a 13 seed blend of micro-greens for certain.

Harvest Friday, Market Saturday

Harvested this evening; bell, jalapeno, anaheim, banana peppers, arugula, okra, three micro green varieties, two squash, three eggplant, a few green beans, and a couple tomatillos. We expect larger returns in the coming weeks. Get it 9-sell out, Saturday, Carroll Blvd. and Mulberry.

Micro Green Harvest

Mizuna, Cabbage, Kale and Kohlrabi having their last moments of sunlight as the blue moon arises.

Moved into a hold they are severed from their roots and their kin.

Flooded with cool water any clinging soil is swept away.

Left to dry in the cool dark.

Tomorrow we have:

Anaheim Peppers, White Eggplant, Banana Peppers, Okra, Scallop Squash, Jalapeno Peppers, Fresh Sweet Basil, and Mild Micro Green Mix (Mizuna, Cabbage, Kale and Kohlrabi)

We hope to see you there, and are enthusiastic for splash day.