"If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny."
- Thomas Jefferson


Liefsbeth picking tomatoes


Grab one of these Saturday!

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

last spring csa

Hello everyone
last spring csa - summer starts next week. hope everyone stays with it - its going to be off the dork. (otd) Tomatoes are starting to slowly ripen but i dont think there will be too many tomorrow. Sauerkeraut tomorrow - european variety. Nothing else new I dont think. We couldnt download the pictures that I took that were going to be entitled "collapsing squash". we'll get some up here. This is when a squash looks incredible and ten minutes later it has turned yellow and looks "squashed". It happens to me all the time. this weekend it happened to two plants minutes after I gave them my fish meal/epsom salts/internet minerals/pond water deluxe breakfast. this is called killing with kindness. but i also had another picture of some of the young squash plants coming along nicely. I will not be denied on the zukes this year. Ill plant five more every time one collapses. thats how much i love zucchini. everyone should plant a few plants of zucchini in their yard and if it took off you could eat one every night. Ive never had one take off like that. its always three and out. i think my squash bug population is big. using pyrethrum and some plants look poised this year though. eat the miso with a spoon if nothing else. do not boil. miso is alive. just a teaspoon a day. (and a teaspoon of blackstrap mollasses and a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar unpasterized those three will cure what ails you in ten days or less.molassses raises bodies' PH - most peoples blood is very acidic - buy brer rabbit) bring container back if you want more miso. see you tomorrow.


Jason h said...

Hey! i'm going to cali this sunday.. gonna be there for a week, this is the site i was talking about where i made the extra cash. later!

Phemia said...

Good post.