Monday, March 27, 2017

Freshly planted trays of tomatoes, peppers and/or eggplants

Thanks for a great winter market season. I feel the need to apologize again because we still have not mastered the art of having salad greens all winter long. Next year!
We are looking forward to having a couple months off from harvesting and farmers' markets. This gives us a chance to catch our breath and then really focus on planting in April and May so we can be sure to have a great selection of vegetables once June comes. The greenhouse is already busting at the seams with trays of plants that we will be transplanting outside once the weather is warmer and the soil is dry enough.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Tender tomato seedlings grow in the greenhouse while snow rages outside.

Here at Muddy Fingers Farm we are trying to grow the size of the CSA. So we would love to be able to connect with people in the the Elmira and Corning communities. Do you know of a community organization to whom we could speak or set up a table to talk about our farm and CSA? If so, email or call 607-546-4535. See you soon... CSA season will be here before you know it.