This Year's Garden

Our small Farm wouldn't be completed without our vegetable garden. Growing tomatoes, corn, okra, sweet potatoes, squash, cucumbers, beans, peas, blue berries, black berries and more, we are excited to bring locally grown produce from our Farm to your table.

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June 5, 2017

Growing your own garden is a great feeling. Nothing better than eating fresh picked tomatoes or cucumbers. But with warmer days and nights, rain and high humidity powdery mildew typically arrives in your garden and takes hold on your beautiful vegetable plant leaves. This fungus looks like small white powdery dots all over the leaves and will grow in size to cover the whole leaf, a little bit if someone took baby powder and du...

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