Friday, September 24, 2010
The apple season like the rest of the summer is 10 to 14 days ahead of "normal". If you add 10 to 14 days to today you arrive at the middle of October. So that means we have about 2 weeks left for the apple season. If the apples stay on the trees we will be open until Sunday the 31st of October. Keep in mind the longer you wait the fewer varieties there will be to choose from and the fewer apples there will be on the trees. So don't wait!
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Has it really been a month since my last blog. Yikes! Once we start apple harvest things go all ca-flewie. Why is that? Well apples are the largest single crop that we grow and it requires lots of time and coordination to get the crop sold, picked, sorted and delivered. Plus we have to continue with the harvest of the other fruits and veggies. Not to mention the Farm Stand, Fairport Farmers Market, You Pick and CSA. But as the saying goes make hay while the sun shines. So we will continue in high gear until the end of the season.