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CSA Pickup Reminder Thursday March 7th and Marion Friday March 8th

Posted 3/6/2019 8:52am by Jill Rendleman.

Members can customize their boxes on this last CSA of the winter.  So appreciate your patience with this somewhat difficult late winter growing.....the last three days of sun are about the only sun we have had in months!  The tomato and pepper plants we have to tend to 5 to 6 times a day as it goes from 14 outside to 33.....but with the sun out in the tunnels it goes from 40 to 98 in a hurry, so we are running around checking temps while trying to seed a few things that really dont want to be seeded when its 14...seeds are pretty smart.  

The CSA will include micro greens (baby greens leaves), kale or chard, lettuce. possibly spinach. And everyone will get eggs.  So....if there is something you want to NOT have off the list, let me know by 10am tomorrow.  If there is something you want to switch out for something different......let me know.  DONT EMAIL ME......DO TEXT 618-308-0217 with your name.  

Bring boxes!  If you cant get them altogether, then I can pick them up next Thursday 430 to 530 at Coop....or if you are signing up for the spring summer season....bring them at the first spring summer pickup.

Thanks so much for all you do for supporting local organic food in Southern Illinois.  Cant wait for tomatoes!!!!!

 

 





 

Jill Rendleman

All Seasons Farm

9535 US Hwy 51 N

Cobden, Illinois  62920

www.allseasons-farm.com

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Members can customize their boxes on this last CSA of the winter.  So appreciate your patience with this somewhat difficult late winter growing.....the last three days of sun are about the only s

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