Farm Journal

Old Fields Farm, Member's Produce List

Hi Folks,

Briefly...warm rains are an amazing force...finally, almost to verdant
summer. It is SUMMER! Celestial summer has arrived, and it only sweetens
the bounty more for all of us!

Attached is the current offering...see you soon!


  • Mustard greens

  • Broccoli Raab greens

  • Boc Choi baby greens

  • Baby Kale

  • Chard

  • Arugula


  • French Breakfast Radishes

  • Spring Turnips            


  • Garlic Scapes

  • Scallions


  • Carmen, Revolution, Jimmy Nordello, and Ace Sweet Green Peppers


  • Cilantro

  • Red Rubin, Thai, and Genovese basil

  • Greek oregano

  • Parsley

  • Mint                                                                                                   

From the Kitchen

Steve Broido’s fabulous Scallion Kimchee!

On the horizon (probably by the end of the next week)

Baby Carrots, beets, yellow squash, peas, and much more mesclun and spinach

 For Sale

 Lemongrass plants $4.00/pot!



Brad and Mary

Old Fields Farm - What's in the Walk-in

Hi Folks!

Currently in the walk-in:


  • Bok Choi
  • Baby Kale
  • Chard
  • Arugula
  • Mesclun
  • Mustard Greens
  •  Broccoli Raab Greens


  • French Breakfast Radishes
  • Spring Turnips

Available by the bunch, and cut by request: 

  • Red Rubin (purple), Thai, and Genovese Basil
  • Oregano
  • Cilantro
  • Parsley

On the horizon (probably in the next week or two):

  • Baby Carrots
  • Peppers    

For Sale:

  • Lemongrass plants $4.00/pot!

Foliar Spraying Sea-90 on our Peppers




Why are we doing this?

"Sea water contains more life than an equal volume of the most biologically active soil. Sea-90 (sea salt with trace minerals) contains 90 minerals and trace elements in the same ratios as blood and amniotic fluid—nature’s carefully balanced blend." (from the FEDCO OGS catalog)

Using foliar sprays on our plants is another method to increase the nutrient density of our produce.  Foliar spray fertilizer supplements the nutritional needs of plants, as plants take nutrients through the leaf much quicker than through the root and stem.

While adding our compost to the beds builds the soils throughout the season, we are able to deliver specific nutrients and minerals to our growing plants by applying foliar sprays.

So, used in combination, foliar sprays and applying compost are methods we use to continually build the health of our soils and plants.

Mary and Brad