[Market-farming] May produce

Sue Wells farmersue at myfairpoint.net
Sun May 10 09:25:44 EDT 2015

Greens, lots of greens. Spinach, lettuces, baby kale, green garlic,
radishes, beet greens, all can be grown in an unheated greenhouse. Claytonia
is especially great, All can be planted in the fall and covered with agribon
over the winter in the greenhouse.

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From: Market-farming [mailto:market-farming-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On
Behalf Of Burke Farm
Sent: Sunday, May 10, 2015 9:18 AM
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Subject: [Market-farming] May produce

Hi folks,

May is not my favorite month.  All my farmers markets used to start at the
end of May, now they're starting at the beginning.  What do you sell in May,
and when do you plant it?  My high tunnels are full of knee-high tomatoes
that won't be making me money until June.

I'm adding rhubarb to my fields this year, and asparagus next year, but I'm
specifically interested in what those of you who do not heat a greenhouse do
to have something to sell this time of year.

Lisa Burke
Farming Engineers
central IN z5
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