Whole lot of berries to go after today's u-pick. Come on by tomorrow starting at 7am
Morning mulberry picking.
Some folks come out u-picking in style! Beautiful locally-made basket.
Gratitude for the abundance of little mulberries the gift of a few saplings you offeted to me five years ago @patternregeneration Each year they offer a little more fruit to us and neighboring birdfolk.
All the berries deciding to ripen overnight with two days before the next u-pick. They're finding their homes, but feel free to reach out if you want bulk strawberries to put away at wholesale price.
AC Valley Sunset, available starting Wednesday morning.
Amylase, arylsulphatase, β-glucosidase, cellulase, chitinase, dehydrogenase, phosphatase, protease and urease.
50-gallon batch of seed sprouted tea chock full of all the growth promoting enzymes unlocked in the seed germination process.
Independence day for the microbes. Mixing up some compost tea with homemade worm castings. Printed this slick design for an all-in-one measuring cube for metering out amendments. No more rummaging to find the right size cup.
Thanks to @bo_remy_grows and @stephen.larochelle for organizing the farmer 3d printing workshop through KVCC last year. #3dprinting #functionalprint
EDIT: We've been picked out again! Only took two and a half hours. We'll be open again Friday morning at 7am with plenty of ripe berries
Picking a special cilantro for @fluxrestaurant this evening. The bold flavor of cilantro in a delicate dill package.
Little, market-size cabbage.
Two doors down. Two to go.
Still productive on these rainy days. Finished up the sliding doors to the high tunnel.
Trying to think ahead. Framed in the old garage door for easy winter access.
High tunnel problems. Time to go for an evening drive.
Doesn't take long for the pea shoots to spring up.
Storm is brewing for tomorrow afternoon, but that won't stop us. First day of the u-pick begins tomorrow at 7am!
Appreciating the way the morning fog has outlined all the spiders residing in the woods on the property.