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Author Archives: Zawadzki Farm
It’s been a short season for enjoying the fruits of our labor. While it seemed to take forever for the soil to warm enough for direct sowing, fluctuating temperatures after germination inhibited optimum growth, and now, just when the gardens … Continue reading
Well, it was good corn that we were tried to add to the offering at our roadside stand a few weeks back; just ask the neighbor’s cow who got to eat several dozen ears! But there’s no use crying over spilled milk, … Continue reading
Better late than never! Weather conditions this spring that led to delays in seed germination were a source of frustration for anyone who sells their harvest, with no 4th of July sweet corn or sunflowers to grace the picnic table. … Continue reading
After several years of growing flowers to sell at our little roadside stand, I can honestly say that no two growing seasons are exactly the same. With multiple variables like temperature, sunshine, moisture, weed and pest pressure, things can be … Continue reading
We are experiencing a dismal start to the dahlias this year. Last year we had phenomenal blooms for a first year planting. Purchased through Harris Seed, the tubers arrived bulging with energy, very healthy and ready for planting. They were … Continue reading