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What I'm Taking To Market This Week.

 
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Tomatoes, grown in the basement and greenhouse. I'm still a couple weeks away from planting tomatoes into the field.


Plants: Tomatoes, tomatillos, bell peppers, mullein, storage onions, walking onions, Swiss chard, etc.


Seeds: Locally adapted landraces.


Also garlic, flour corn, and flint corn. If there is time this evening, I might scrounge around for some herbs.


 
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Joseph I think your stuff looks great. I came across your word "landrace" before and I suppose if I was more than an armchair enthusiast I would be familiar. Had to look it up, this guy really does a great job explaining it. http://garden.lofthouse.com/adaptivar-landrace.phtml
 
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I've got to make a road trip to Logan this summer.
 
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Wow, nice assortment. Wish I could buy some of those walking onions from you.

This week's excess from my homestead farm.....gets stored, sold, traded, or given away....includes:
Eggs (22 dozen)
One young lamb
Green beans
Cowpeas
Chard
Spinach
Broccoli
Turnips
Beets
Green onions
Mint
Oregano
 
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I'm taking a few dozen eggs and giving away a test run of our first value-added product, a rhubarb-based cocktail syrup.
 
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