Kansas Day is this week! To celebrate the state we love, we are excited to partner with Ladybird Brewing and Walnut Valley Outpost for a Kansas Day Event on Saturday, January 29! Our friends at Ladybird have brewed up a special Kansas-Day beer, and are bringing in chili and cinnamon rolls … just because. OurContinue reading “Kansas Day!”
Category Archives: High Tunnels
Tomato season on its way!
Hello Farm Friends! The good news about the recent heat and sunshine is that the plants are LOVING it! That’s right! The first tomato of the year, picked just this morning. Willa already called dibs for a BLT. The girl has good taste! The tomato plants in our high tunnels look wonderful and are loadedContinue reading “Tomato season on its way!”
26 degrees overnight in April? Check. Tomato plants all tucked in tight? Check, check. We frequently get questions about our high tunnels (also know as hoop houses, or season extenders) and why we have them, what they are used for, etc. Well, this right here sums it up – we can plant delicate vegetable cropsContinue reading “Season Extenders”
We’ve made a lot of progress on our new high tunnel over the past month. Almost all done except the plastic. It takes a dead-calm day at a crew of people to get the plastic on. We’ve had a lot of help …. 🙂 Now to open the seed catalogs to decide what delicious thingsContinue reading “Construction”
Tomato Season Underway
It’s official. Tomato season has begun! We picked our first ripe tomato on June 2. JUNE SECOND. The earliest by far that we have every had tomatoes. This is thanks to converting our useless greenhouse into a highly productive high tunnel. The little bit of extra heat from the wood stove heater in the greenhouse/newContinue reading “Tomato Season Underway”