Hello again from Eight Gate Farm. As I look at the 14-day forecast, no frosts are predicted. But the combination of cooler temps and diminishing sunlight is already slowing things down from a harvest perspective, with twice a week sufficient.
I got the first cutting of Neck Pumpkins aka Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck Squash. The largest weighs two pounds, which is far smaller than the 8 pound beauty I got last year.
|Monday tomato partial harvest|
|Monday non-tomato harvest|
By Friday, the picking was small enough to fit into one picture.
|Friday everything harvest|
|Community garden harvest|
Her mother gets to go home with all the goods, normally. But TKG claimed this nice late-season artichoke for herself!
|Tomatoes ready for processing|