AS ANYONE WHO HAS GARDENED for more than a season knows, plants have an uncanny way of organizing themselves, with or without our help. The lamb’s ear pushes its way Continue reading
THE LAND’S NATURAL CONTOURS, and those we have shaped within it, are highly visible in the broad spaces of agriculture, seen near and far, from above or at eye level. Continue reading
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I STILL CANNOT GET USED to seeing fields of perfectly good produce plowed under. It’s happened four times since August, first cucumbers, then buttercup squash, pumpkins, and now, onions. There’s Continue reading
EXPECT SOME GOOD BARGAINS in pumpkins over the next week. September’s rains seem to have helped with size, and it looks to be a strong crop. The sweet corn, now Continue reading