Do we have produce for sale? Is it still in season or is it all gone?
Yes. We are still running our truck farm in Idaho. Currently, we have beans, yellow squash, zucchini, cucumbers, tomatoes, and potatoes - red, yellow, and russets. (All taste really good.)
The corn situation is looking good, it is just slow to really come on this year. Monday, we should have a good crop ready for sale. It should be about $4.00/dz. Lately, we haven't had very many ready and are just salivating getting ready for the good crop to be ready.
There will be a longer growing season this year - provided the weather cooperates.
And we will have pumpkins - lots of them - during pumpkin season.
If I think of other produce that we have and I forgot to tell you about, I will write a note later.
If you are local and want to come get some produce, contact me to place an order (if it going to be semi-large). Or if you are close to Rigby, Idaho, we "set up shop" every Saturday by Scotty's Hardware, starting somewhere between 9:30-10:00 am and go until we run out of stuff. (Corn usually goes fast.)
p.s. Anyone know about the peach crop in Utah? Was it damaged due to frost? Are the prices outrageous? Curious minds want to know.