Savage Farming

Monday, August 11, 2008


And some other melons too...

Switched over to the Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday schedule. Lots of sweet peaches coming in from Meyer's Orchard (bless 'em for growing such a fine peach.) and now the delightful cantaloupes have begun to tan up and smell good.

Sadly the cornfields are barren in the aftermath of June's hailstorm. Next good corn picking will be near the end of the month.

Lots of good ripe tomatoes starting to show up. Should be able to put out the TOMATOES sign Wednesday.

Hope y'all are being happy.


  • I hope everything is going great there. School started last week so we're getting adjusted to that schedule again. Cantaloupes sound really good.

    By Blogger Rae Ann, at 11:20 AM  

  • Greetings from Península de Paria (Venezuela)! Starting some experiments farming fruits in our backyar, we fell on this post while surfing the net looking for how-to-grow-cantaloupe information. Could you share with us some digital resources or perhaps a good link to help us in our adventure? Anything would be great! Thx in advance!

    Emilio José Espinoza-Pino

    By Blogger Emilio, at 1:38 PM  

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