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Happenings at Our Green Acres

It has been a slow growing Spring, but things are doing real well.

  • strawberries blossoming – expect ripe berries about June 20th
  • blueberries are in blossom – what a great sight!
  • raspberries in raspberry house look great
  • peas and early corn up and growing
  • new planting of strawberries are in and doing well
  • sweet onions are doing great
  • good ‘ole Keith has tomatoes and peppers doing well.  Starting to pick a few grape tomatoes.
    • regular tomatoes look super – green fruit close to baseball size
  • we have great lettuce at this time

Our Green Acres Farm Report – 2018

  • In the farm pictures one can see good ole Keith has everything under control and ready to go!
  • He will be transplanting grafted tomato plants in House III by April 1st – no fooling.
  • We are still taking applications for the 2018 CSA program.  Looking forward to hearing from you.  We are interested in any comments pertaining to our CSA program good or bad – we want to continue to make it better.

CSA Signup Time!

Sign up by March 1st to get the extra 10% off.


CSA sign up

2018 CSA Signup Time!

It is now time to signup for the 2018 CSA!  The application form and brochure can be found on our Farmstand CSA page.  Please signup by February 13, 2018 to get the best savings.  Refer a friend and get $20 added to your account.  Prices have not increased since last year.

Farm Update!

We will be at the Vestal Farmers market Saturday (9-1) and at the stand (1-5) with:

Brussels Sprouts
Winter squash
Red and green cabbage
Sweet onions

Apples $15/bushel
And a few slicing and grape tomatoes

Farm Update

The stand hours for November are from 1pm to 5pm daily (including weekends).
We will be at the Vestal Farmers Market every Wednesday and Saturday until November 18.  This is the only Farmers Market for November.
We still have…..
  • Lots of apples! Ida Red, Empire, Crispin, Yellow Delicious, Jonagold
  • Bosc pears
  • Cabbage – red and green
  • Brussels Sprouts are slow to mature, but when they do, we have a lot!
  • Winter squash
  • Red potatoes

Tomatoes, Sweet Corn, and Apples

We have discounted our tomatoes in the field and farm stand. Still beautiful. Great for canning! Plenty of sweet corn and a good supply of apples. Visit our farm stand or farmers markets.