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Here it is, late July, and I can finally say with confidence that this has been a WET season. A rainy spring has matured into a rainy summer, and we’re rolling with it as best we can. A steady supply of dry socks certainly helps. The tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers are finally coming in. This year they’re planted in Lower Crooked, the first field you pass on the way to the berries. The wide grass pathways and mulched rows are pleasing to the eye, but they’re a cover-up for the field’s troublesome nature. With the wettest, heaviest soil on the farm, Lower Crooked is the slowest to warm up in the spring, making it unsuitable for spring crops. Even with summer and fall crops, it can struggle in

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