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A basket full of One Love’s Organic peppers!
Thanks Chris for taking the time tonight to show me around and chat! Love what ya have going on at that garden! Cheers. Mike.
My pleasure Mike. Thanks for stopping in.
A friendly hello to you Chris and Becky, hope all is going well . We have observed Chris in the field a few times but we were always on our way somewhere so couldn’t stop for a chat.
Chris, you will be delighted to know our Garlic is growing prolifically and i wanted to say thank you for all your wisdom , direction and hard work to get them where they are. We hope to get together with you both sometime this year for a visit and I’m confident we will be stopping by the farm for some “One Love” ………produce.
Dave and Joy
I hope you can put me on your email list of what vegetable you will have available each week.
Thanks Joanne – firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks Joanne, we will make sure to add you to our list. Cheers!
Would love to be on the email list as well…Thanks! Love what you are doing!
Sheila ~ email@example.com
Would love to be on the email list – loved the produce we picked up today! 🙂 Thank you!
Meagan ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi from Grow. Cook. Eat. Share.! I’ve enjoyed checking out your recipes and farm lately! So much so, that I’ve nominated you for the Liebster Award. Check it out:
I planted some garlic this year and I remember you saying that it’s a good idea to hit the plants with some nitrogen early in the growing season. I have unlimited access to chicken manure and was wondering how much to apply and when. Is it still a bit wet here in Abby, or is now a good time to do it? Or did I miss it? Thanks!!
I just fed my garlic on Monday with their first dose of nitrogen rich organic fertilizer. I root fed with Advanced nutrients organic “Iguana Grow”‘. My soil drains fairly quickly here in south abbotsford so I waited until the beginning of this last three-day dry spell we had. That way, the rains don’t flush it away too quickly. If your soil is too wet, you might want to foliar feed on a dry day. I’d be careful with the chicken manure. If it’s too fresh, you could burn the leaves and roots. I’d be sure to use stuff that’s a few years old and/ or fully composted. You can either make a compost tea or apply as a top dressing.
I will also be doing two more feedings before June. I hope this answers your questions.
Hi Chirs, my husband and i stopped by your stand today for the first time was totally amazed with the produce and you. thanks for doing what you are doing, it’s appreciated. Love my sweet pea bouquet:) We will love to sign up for fall box and spring too. email me @ email@example.com
thanks Sunita and David
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