[Market-farming] May produce

Richard Robinson rrobinson at nasw.org
Sun May 10 10:04:48 EDT 2015

Spinach can be planted in succession in the fall for harvests beginning in December. Arugula will overwinter, or can be seeded early in March. Lettuce started indoors can be transplanted in early March. Kale will overwinter (though it may bolt too early), or can be transplanted in early March. Pac choi and radishes also do well in cool unheated houses in the spring. 

  Richard Robinson
  Hopestill Farm

On 5/10/2015 at 10:01:30 AM, Burke Farm wrote:
> 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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