Category Archives: hydroponic
A staple in Asian cooking, this round-leafed vegetable may be less familiar to American cooks. Here’s what you need to know — including what its name means, how to wash it, and how to use it. Bok Choy’s Name Bok … Continue reading
Erin and I enjoying the first strawberries from the farm. Can’t beat having a fresh berry before November! In two weeks we should have enough in production for the produce delivery customers. Will keep you posted!
The lettuce in the plugs is about ready to be transplanted. Once transplanted it will take about a month until it is ready to eat. Like the lettuce in the black crate which will be available at the produce stand … Continue reading
Found these guys on out Thai Pepper plant this morning. These Tomato Hornworm Caterpillars can destroy a crop in as little as 24 hrs. Our pepper plant isn’t looking to happy right now
On our hydroponic farm in Valrico we have lots of strawberry plants going in to provide to our produce delivery customers. Once you see the flowers it takes about 21 days for that flower to turn into fruit. Still at … Continue reading
We planted these seeds approximately 2 weeks ago for our produce delivery and stand. Romaine Lettuce, Red Butterhead Lettuce, Leaf Mix Lettuce, kale, collars, and broccoli. Want to see how we plant our seeds?