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  • Writer's pictureRobert B. Allen

Yeah, I know, I'm horrible about posting regularly.

Just a quick update here. It has been a crazy few months and I have gotten really behind on posting due some nagging heath stuff and gearing up for the Merriam Ks. Farmers Market season. Things are starting to get back to normal and we're getting production ramped back up.

Lions Manes, Chestnut Mushrooms and Snow Oysters were looking great last couple weeks but they like it cool and the sudden 80+ degree heat wave has slowed them a bit. On the flip side, the Golden Oysters are starting to pop!

Microgreens have been pretty consistent and adding them to a normal hum-drum iceberg salad tastes great! Tons of other ways to use them too. If I ever get organized I will start posting some recipes.

Getting Cilantro, Carrot, Dill, Oregano and Parsley into rotation but they are all pretty slow. Should start seeing them available in the next few weeksalong with our regulars,(Broccoli, Spicy Salad Mix, Sunflower, Pea shoots, Curled Cress, and Sorrel .

Most all the others only take a 2-3 weeks to grow so we should have a good variety available tomorrow at the Merriam Farmers Market. We were mostly sold out by late morning so come out early. Hope to see you there!


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