We realized it's better for people to have one thing in the garden to get familiar with rather than each time have random tasks. So we're training people to take care of specific beds or crops. Let me know if there's a particular crop you'd like to get to know better.
We have had such a whopping crop of summer squash that we have donated about 80 pounds so far. I confess, we didn't even get to pick it last Friday, so the vines are probably loaded with super large squash. DON'T BE SHY ABOUT PICKING SUMMER SQUASH. NOTE: Summer squash are the yellow and green squashes or round, pale bluish-green patty pan squashes nearest Brandywine. The vines on the end closest to Nott Street are winter squash and they will not be ripe for another month at least.
Weather for Friday (August 15) looks good - AGAIN!!! I'll supervise large garden tasks and help people with their plots. We'll be doing as much of our fall planting as possible.
Salad will be served 12-12:30, I'll be there 9am until 2pm. RSVP if possible so I can plan the day.