Certified Naturally Grown
I hope you not suffering from this hot and humid and dry blast furnace weather. This onrushing drought is tough to fight (I’m ten years older than when I last had to do battle with dry soil, high temperature, drying winds, and a relentless nuclear bomb in the sky releasing soil killing radiation).
But since our [...]
Whew, what a year! After a fairly cold and early start to winter, we were treated to three months of Spring floods. Then the heat and humidity and hail came with a vengance, hosting a plethora of fruit tree diseases such as Cedar Apple Rust, Fire Blight, Powdery Mildew, and of course some Apple [...]
Well, I have again been contacted by another reader (I think that makes the sixth time) who has stumbled upon my scribblings while Googling up the name of a family member, or a historical event. I welcome such contacts, esp. now, when I am so bogged down in the farming season, that I am seldom [...]