This weblog contains LocallyGrown.net news and the weblog entries from all the markets currently using the system.
To visit the authoring market’s website, click on the market name located in the entry’s title.
Champaign, OH: And, We Are Back!
Another lovely market week ushers in another market week!
Welcome to your local goodness!
Independence,VA: Online Market is OPEN for October 5 Pickup!
Happy Wednesday, everyone!
The Online Market is open for business from now until Monday night at 8. The Fall produce is in full swing this week with apples, squash, sweet potatoes and crisp greens making their way onto the Market! Just in time for these chilly temperatures and the advent of October.
We only have a few Outdoor Markets left this season as the Market will close October 14th with our 15th Birthday Celebration. The good news is that our Online Market stays open year-round to keep you connected to your local growers and vendors and stocked with fresh, local food.
If you’d like to schedule a curbside pickup to conveniently have your box awaiting upon your arrival, please feel free to schedule a time using the Calendly link below. Otherwise, You can drop by and pick up your order inside the office any time on Wednesday, October 5, between 4-6 pm.
Thank you, happy shopping!
To shop: https://independencefarmersmarket.locallygrown.net/
Schedule Your Pickup Time (OPTIONAL): Calendly.
After you click “Confirm” on your time, be sure to enter your information and click, “Schedule an Event”. You will get a confirmation e-mail. If you do not receive a confirmation, you are not scheduled and need to try again.
Thank you for supporting the Market!
—Christian, Online Market Manager
Foothills Market: Market Reminder
Don’t forget that Foothills Market is open until 5:00 today. We still have summer squash, okra and cucumbers, and a limited number of pints of cherry tomatoes have been added today. Place your order while they’re still available!
Connie's Cornucopia: Getting COLD Get Your Sample Tea.
Get your order in before 11 a.m. so you can receive this week. Unless you order from Connie’s Cornucopia, Coco’s Bath & Balm and/or Coco’s Garden you can always get these items anytime.
Berea Gardens: Market Today
It’s Market Day….. 4 to 6 @ Berea Gardens. Hakurei turnips, baby beet greens, onions, peppers, potatoes, tomatoes, fresh eggs and more. Come see Bob, Tom & Connie and Kenny for some really good food. Dan and the Circle S meat trailer will be here.
Old99Farm Market: Old99 farm week of sept 25 2022
Our winter harvest basket shares available for a season starting Oct 12. See the writeup in the Market.
We do have lots of crops ready to harvest. Surf to the online store here to place your order. Store pick up Thurs 4 to 6 or by arrangement.
Vegetable crops now ready to harvest:
Celery learn more here
Kale, Frilly green
Kale, Russian Red
Kale, Nero di Toscano
Mesclun mix salad greens
Mustard greens (Toyko Bekana, Giant Red)
Onions, Green Bunching
Onions, Sweet Utah, fresh
Hot Peppers, yellow banana, Szechuan style (hot 10K to 50K SHU), Thai style (50K to 100K SHU)
Tomatoes: red slicing types, cherry type and Yellow Brandywine heirloom
New crops coming in now, fall greens and roots.
Ian, Cami and Lauren
Martin's Farmstand: Sweet potatoes and onion storage
Hello again. An era is coming to an end. We are moving into fall and winter preparation. In front of the farmstand are lots of mums waiting to move to your front steps. We have not had a frost yet so there are still summer things such as beans, cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers left. There is lots of lettuce, spinach, radish and leeks. The big sweet potato harvest is planned for late this week. After they are dug and washed they need to be put in a warm (80-90 degrees) moist place for 7-10 days to cure for best storage. After they are cured then they can be stored in a dry airy place that stays warmer than 50 degrees. The onions and garlic are dry and ready to store. They also like a dry airy place but do not care if they are warm or cold (not freezing) with the one limitation that if they are stored cool (35-50 degrees) for a prolonged period then they need to be kept cool or they will sprout. This often happens in home storage that they are cool in the mid winter then in the spring the storage space warms up and the onions that are left sprout quickly.The gardens are moving toward finish- patch by patch they are finished till spring.
A farmers life is characterized by a lot of waiting and patience. In the spring we tend to be impatient- it is so cold and wet. Then after things are planted we need to wait many days for the harvest.
If you are a gardener you have also probably noticed that plant growth is not linear. Little plants tend to grow very slowly for a number of weeks and then in a short time grow a great deal.
The farmers life is also characterized by a great deal of precision. Besides waiting we need the be prepared to act in a precise window of time when it is time to plant, harvest etc.
The seasons also come and go more than we tend to be aware of in the spiritual realms. If it is time to reach out and love someone, or listen to your child etc. do it now- tommorrow life has moved on. Daniel
Statesboro Market2Go: Order Before 10pm!
Remember to place your order before 10pm!
Fayetteville Farmers' Market: Reminder Online Ordering Open Until Wed 6 am
Need to restock? We have great local farm, food and craft items. You still have time to shop.
If you have ordered, we thank you!
If not you still have until Wed morning at 6 am to place your order.
Easy drive by pickup on Thursday 4:30-5:30 at library outdoor lot. You stay in your car in line and we bring the orders to you!
Questions? Reply to this email or call 479-871-2036
Champaign, OH: Greetings!
Just a reminder to get all market orders in, by tomorrow morning, at 8am!
So much local goodness!!