With school starting, nights often a little cooler, and daylight decreasing a minute or so every day, our thoughts are turning toward fall and winter. We are planting for our winter shares. Last week’s rain has made it challenging. We had five inches Wednesday, enough for the small township bridge on the north edge of our field to wash out and close the road. Rain on Saturday made the Spring Green Farmers Market wet, wet, wet. Fortunately people came to shop between showers, making us glad we stuck it out.
Bill is prepping beds and planting spinach, lettuce, turnips and more for us to harvest through the winter. They start in N