DUE TO A HUGE SURGE IN DEMAND AT THE MOMENT WE ARE NOT ABLE TO TAKE ON MORE CUSTOMERS - APOLOGIES

WE ALREADY HAVE 60 CUSTOMERS ON OUR WAITING LIST BUT CONTACT US IF YOU WANT TO BE ADDED TO THIS

PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR BOX SCHEME ONLY PROVIDES HOME DELIVERY IN AND AROUND WYE AND IN CANTERBURY, AND COLLECTION POINTS IN ASHFORD, HYTHE, ALDINGTON, SALTWOOD, FOLKESTONE, LYMINGE, BRIDGE, WHITSTABLE AND FAVERSHAM ONLY

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January/February News 2020

Our greens in the field are getting scarce but the mostly mild and wet winter means they haven’t suffered any significant frost damage. Other crops still in the field in February are carrots, parsnips, swede, leeks, PSB, cabbages, sprouts, radicchio and mustard salad leaves. Oh, and potatoes but we managed to harvest a few rows of these at the end of Jan. and were happy to find very little slug damage – a very muddy job though!

We’ve made a good start on our leek seeding as well as a few trays of early kales, chard and spinach.

 

Tree planting – we’ve been gapping up some of our hedges with tree saplings from the Woodland Trust, UK sourced and grown. They’re a mixture of oak, birch, wild cherry, hazel, hawthorn and rowan. The saplings are small and there are a lot of rabbits around so we’re protecting them with tree spirals. The Woodland Trust supplies tree spirals made from recycled PVC and offcuts and haven’t yet found suitable biodegradable alternatives to plastic tree guards and spirals.