|Kelly harvesting lacinato kale.|
Yet, the heat doesn't slow us down too much! On our harvest days, we start as early as possible (7 AM) to get the crops out of the ground and into the cooler before they get struck by the hot air. The quicker we do this, the fresher they remain for our customers. So, harvesting has been a bit of a race against the weather this week.
|First harvest of cherry tomatoes and eggplant.|
|The crew after a hot day of carrot weeding (still looking optimistic).|