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Crop Report

August 23, 2019

Thanks for checking in! Yay, finally some MUCH needed rain this week! These brisk mornings have us thinking fall. So many exciting things to come! However, we don't want to get too ahead of ourselves, there's still plenty of delicious locally grown summer produce to enjoy while it's here! Full list of what to find in our farm market this weekend to follow.

 

This week has been full of harvesting. We've been picking lots of winter squash and we've just started getting into the pumpkin patches, yes pumpkins! Pumpkins will be available at our farm market soon and Pumpkin picking will begin shortly after in mid September. Stay posted! 

 

We're taking advantage of this gorgeous day out in the orchard. Even Tucker, our chocolate lab pup, has been doing his part to "help". 

 

Sunflower fanatics, just a little bit longer until the Tecumseh Land Trust field across the street is in bloom! The sunflowers are estimated to start blooming Labor Day weekend and usually stay in bloom for a few weeks. 

 

Here are a couple late summer recipes that are just too good not to try. Spicy Tomato Parmesan Stuffed Spaghetti Squash by Halfbaked Harvest is delicious and simple.

We've had lots of yummy stone fruits in our farm market this summer. The plums have been amazing! Plum and Peach Galette from the Feed Feed is a must while these fruits are in season. Links to recipes below. 

 

https://thefeedfeed.com/hopehwoodhouse/plum-and-peach-galette-with-cinnamon-whipped-cream

https://www.halfbakedharvest.com/spicy-tomato-parmesan-stuffed-spaghetti-squash/

 

It's going to be a beautiful weekend in Yellow Springs. Stop by and see us! 

Weekdays: 10am - 6pm 

Saturday: 9am - 5pm 

Sunday: 11am - 5pm 

 

Locally Grown Produce Available in our Farm Market (as supples last):

Peaches 

Apples: Honeycrisp, Ginger Gold, Zestar 

Nectarines 

Plums 

Apricots 

Watermelon 

Cantaloupe 

Blueberries 

Tomatoes: Red, Yellow, Heirloom, Grape, Cherry 

Sweet Corn: Bi-Color and White 

Cabbage

Jalapeños 

Bell Peppers: Red, Green, Yellow

Winter Squash: Butternut, Buttercup, Acorn, Spaghetti, Sweet Dumpling 

Cucumbers

Pickling Cucumbers 

Zucchini 

Yellow Summer Squash 

Blue Lake Green Beans 

Sweet Potatoes 

White Potatoes 

Sweet Candy Onions 

Eggplant 

 

Organically Grown Local Produce:

Tomatoes 

Zucchini 

Sweet Candy Onions 

Eggplant 

 

 

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