Monthly Archives: November 2013
2013 Crop Report: Amaranth, Basil, Beans
Okay, micro farm geeks (and Pen and Pepper fans), I’ve finally got some time to write up the crop report for the year. We grew a ton of different vegetables, so I’m going to split this up into a few … Continue reading
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Pen and Pepper’s 2013 Season, by the numbers: overview of projections versus actuals
Looking at the numbers for the season helps paint a picture of how things really turned out, in a little more detail. I’m going to post a crop-by-crop report soon (but there are 37 crops, so it takes a while … Continue reading
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Our 2013 farming season, by the numbers.
Now that the season is over, I finally have time to work with the spreadsheets and get a good picture of how things went for us during the 2013 growing season. (Though, who am I kidding, I played with the … Continue reading
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Season #2 is over.
It’s the end of season #2 for Pen and Pepper Farm. The field is put to bed, ready to be harrowed and planted with a cover crop for the winter. I’m sad to say goodbye to our fields at New … Continue reading
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