The above picture shows an Okra blossom blooming on the farm. You can see a small baby Okra on the lower right side that was pollinated a day earlier before the blossom opened it petals for pollination. This is one of the veggies available at the farm stand this week. It was and still can be
Weather alert! It’s 10 a.m. on Friday November 22, 2013. Tonopah Rob has cancelled all of the weekend market locations. This includes Stock Shop Farmers Market, Goodyear Community Farmers Market and Creative Living Fellowship Market. The only location open will be the Farm Stand in Tonopah and will operate business as usual this Saturday November
Better than Organic??? – New post by Dr. Kevin Potter / St. Joseph’s Farmers Market / Veggie List: 11/16/13
Oh my golly! It’s nearly broccoli and cauliflower season. The East 40 plot is looking great. In a few weeks, the first crop of the most delicious mouth-watering Brassica will be ready for the tables. Here’s another great read by Doctor Potter. He is one of the coolest guys I know….thank you Doc. Enjoy the read!
The guys were the most popular attraction on the farm for Saturday’s Fall Season Opener. Hear No, Big Red, Little Tom and Romeo. You can see the baby tom’s in the background, they don’t have enough clout to stand front and center with the big boys. It began earlier in the week. Preparing containers, sharpening