It has been wonderful to work outside this August. This week we have reached the height of our season which means extra time preparing for the markets. We have heirloom tomatoes and shishito peppers piling high. The cool weather is letting our new planting of kale and swiss chard thrive. Our tomatoes are producing but there is always a threat of disease when it stays wet and cold for so long. So far we planted shunkyo radishes (seen above), black radish, watermelon radish, and french breakfast radish, hakurei turnips, heirloom carrots, broccoli, kohlrabi, and lots of beans to bring us into September. We still have our last planting to do for the fall and we are anticipating the “Outstanding in the Field” dinner on September 15th. Enjoy the weather while it lasts!