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  • 2024-02-12 Newsletter

    2024-02-12 Newsletter

    Greetings from 12 Seasons Farm,We hope this newsletter finds you well. I have been writing two newsletters each week. I send one out on Saturday night for the Sanibel and Captiva residents since they order for a different day. Then I send one to all newsletter recipients usually on Monday. I accidentally sent the Sanibel/Captiva newsletter to the…

  • 2024-02-10 Newsletter

    2024-02-10 Newsletter

    Greetings from 12 Seasons Farm,We are anticipating the next crop of tomatoes to begin ripening with this warmer weather. We hope the same for a rebound with the zucchini, peppers, and the damaged cucs from the rabbits. Usually, when there are successive days in the 80s, the tomatoes and other warm season crops begin to really push…

  • 2024-02-03 Newsletter

    2024-02-03 Newsletter

    Greetings from 12 Seasons Farm,The cooling trend continued this past week and it is I think the longest time from tomato transplant date to harvest date that I have witnessed. The 3rd planting of tomatoes which was put in the ground around Nov. 1 still has yet to be harvested– over 90 days. We have a…

  • 2024-01-29 Newsletter

    2024-01-29 Newsletter

    Greetings from 12 Seasons Farm, The produce diversity is very good except for cucumbers and zucchini. The cool weather and the rabbit pressure on the cucumber plants have been devastating for those crops. There are many highs and lows in farming. One of the advantages of being a diversified farm is the ability to weather these losses.…

  • 2024-01-27 Newsletter

    2024-01-27 Newsletter

    Greetings from 12 Seasons Farm, Tuesday at the Captiva market was the biggest yet. Thank you to those who came out. It was great to have beautiful weather and a strong turnout. Last year at this time we were set up alone at McCarthy’s Marina. This season there is a larger group of vendors. It is…

  • 2024-01-24 Newsletter

    2024-01-24 Newsletter

    Greetings from 12 Seasons Farm, It was wonderful to finally have a market day without rain or inclement weather. Last Saturday was a fun market day. Thank you to all who came out! We started harvesting cauliflower for the first time this season. The celery continues to be a surprisingly great crop for us this season.…

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