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M.C. "Radiator Charlie" Byles shows off the fruits of his labor, the Mortgage Lifter tomato, for a Virginia newspaper in the mid-1960s. (Photo courtesy of Jeff McCormack)

Radiator Charlie’s
Mortgage Lifter Tomato

Freshly Plowed

~ by Gianni on our previous farm
An opportunity to grow a lot of sorghum to make syrup, prompted us to Plow, Disc and Till a small field.  It doesn't seem so small when you're planting a seed every foot.  We intend to use No Till, Winter Kill Crop Covering tactics to never have to do ALL that again. 

Purple Bumblebee Tomato


Seed starting station full of lettuce, spinach, kale, tomato, peppers  3-5-19

Farmers on your Mark, get set, grow!   At 2 a.m. this Sunday our clocks spring forward to 3 a.m.  The extra hour of daylight at the end of the day comes just in time to help us catch up with all the things that either didn't get done over winter or that were damaged by the winter.  But that hour of sun has to come from somewhere and since we're not really early risers here losing the extra hour of sun in the morning is no big deal.