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Holding Pattern

So much for an early spring. February teased us with a week’s worth of balmy weather, but March has us bundled up in wool socks and long underwear. With the soil so cold and wet, there’s not much work to be done in the fields. There are, however, ample opportunities to walk and observe—where the snow is fastest to melt, where the cover crops are starting to come in, where the garlic is furthest along. We’re effectively in a holding pattern, but we also know that spring could break at any moment. When it does, we’ll be off and running. The greenhouses at our home in Amityville are almost full. Flats of onions, leeks, and scallions are lined up like soldiers. The kale and chard are just starti

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