September

Monday 10th May 2010

Believe it or not, it... continued

Monday 10th May 2010

An ideal autumn continues, with the bright dry weather ripening the sweetcorn to perfection and helping the squash develop their full sweetness and the good hard skins that will help them store. The main crop potatoes are all in the barn, having been harvested in near perfect conditions. Many are bigger than usual and we... continued

Monday 10th May 2010

Autumn newsletters seldom escape some reference to mists and mellow fruitfulness. In two hundred years no one has evoked a grower... continued

Monday 10th May 2010

Autumn newsletters seldom escape some reference to mists and mellow fruitfulness. In two hundred years no one has evoked a grower... continued

Monday 10th May 2010

The current spell of bright, sunny weather means now is the ideal time to enjoy corn at its ripe, sweet best. Corn bears its cobs at the perfect picking height, so its arrival is a welcome relief after a summer bent double harvesting lettuces and courgettes. Our field workers judge when a cob is ready by feel alone; if you... continued

Monday 10th May 2010

An ideal autumn continues, with the bright dry weather ripening the sweetcorn to perfection and helping the squash develop their full sweetness and the good hard skins that will help them store. The main crop potatoes are all in the barn, having been harvested in near perfect conditions. Many are bigger than usual and we... continued

Monday 10th May 2010

As I mentioned last week, a combination of rain, pessimistic crop planning (based on the previous two disastrous growing years) and slightly disappointing sales has me a bit worried that there is more in the fields than will fit in your boxes through autumn. There is nothing more upsetting for a grower than seeing good veg go to waste, so... continued

Monday 10th May 2010

Zoe Williams... continued