We are officially wrapping up our big summer harvest season. Squash and are almost done for the year, though our hot red peppers and green beans are still in full swing!

This is the time of year that we race against Mother Nature's clock to get early plantings into the ground for next spring before winter rains approach. We also continue to closely tend to our winter crops such as Organic Collards, Organic Bok Choy, and Organic Leeks, which will be harvested in late December and/or early January.

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The quality of our Pepper crops remains very high as the season starts to wind down. The yields are good, too. Green pepper production has tapered off, and we’ve seen a significant rise in red pepper production, which is typical this time of year.

The quality of the squash has been very good this year, though the productions are now beginning to taper off.

Both our conventional and organic beans have been steady all season. Harvest should continue throughout the month.

All of the ground is prepped and ready. Planting for both our Conventional and Organic crops should be completed by the end of this week.