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4 days ago

Denison Farm
Ever wondered why most acorn squash have one orange spot on their skin? 🟠 This is the part of the squash that’s in contact with the ground while growing, turning from yellow to orange indicating it’s ready for harvest! One of the many ways nature communicates with us. 💬 Acorn squash, along with other types of squash and storage vegetables, can be kept in a cool, dry place for months. A way to ensure we can still enjoy the most nutritious and local produce even in the early winter months. Acorn squash in particular is rich in Vitamin A, improving our immunity and heart health. 🧡 #acornsquash #squash #vitamina #immunity #hearthealth ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Denison Farm
As the temperatures get cooler and the days get shorter, our tomatoes become fewer and fewer...What can you do with these late season tomatoes instead of putting them on a sandwich??-Roast them! Core them, cut them in half, and roast them in the oven with some oil and herbs. The skin can then be removed easily if you so desire-Make a salsa! Core them, dice them, and mix them with peppers and onions. Eat raw or simmer on stove until soft and lightly blend them together -Make a sauce! -Cook it into a ratatouille!Recipes are welcome in comments below! ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Denison Farm
A few weeks ago, we received 5,000 strawberry tips. Tips are runners from healthy mother plants, that come without roots. We take each tip and plant them into trays in the greenhouse. They then require misting multiple times an hour for the first two weeks (!) so that the leaves can soak up the necessary moisture to form roots and become healthy plants for next Spring’s strawberries! Fast forward to this week, and the strawberries have formed strong enough roots to be transplanted into the ground! They will eventually get covered with row cover (a big white blanket) to protect them from the cold and the deer that love to pull them up. ... See MoreSee Less
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