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|Posted on July 6, 2016 at 9:15 AM||comments ()|
Good morning Blasdell!
Offering zucchini, cucumbers, homemade jams, brown eggs, garlic scopes, lettuces, kale and more. Market is on lake St in front of the save a lot plaza and open from 9am until 2pm.
|Posted on July 2, 2016 at 6:57 AM||comments ()|
Good morning! We have regular zucchini today and the round zucchini are just about to be ready. Lots of greens and beets today! Jams and brown eggs. Green onions and broccoli. Look forward to seeing everyone today thank you Hamburg community for being so supportive!
|Posted on June 29, 2016 at 6:21 AM||comments ()|
9am until 2 pm today. This is a new location as of last year on lake street near the save a lot. Today will have:
|Posted on June 18, 2016 at 6:55 AM||comments ()|
Lots to offer each week:
|Posted on June 15, 2016 at 6:25 AM||comments ()|
Good morning! Today from 9am until 2pm we will be in Blasdell on lake avenue at the farmers market. (in front of the sav a lot plaza). Things are running a bit slow this year with the not as warm weather but they are coming! Carrots aren't too far away and zucchini and summer squashes are about a foot tall already which is vey suprising! We had an issue with cucumber beetles this year that was rather alarming but seems to be under control now. Beans are beginning to flower so those aren't too far away either! Look forward to seeing you today come get some strawberries!
|Posted on June 11, 2016 at 4:54 AM||comments ()|
Good morning! Today we have the long awaited strawberries available! Come early they go very quickly! Also have:
strawberry rhubarb jam
Our asparagus is done for the year but strawberries are here in full force for a short period of time usually a couple of weeks. Oh also, we begin Blasdell market this coming Wednesday from 9am-2pm for the rest of the season.
Enjoy your day!
|Posted on June 4, 2016 at 5:04 AM||comments ()|
Shew sure has been a hot week! The tunnel is not very happy and some items are bolting (going to flower/going to seed). Will be much better with some cooler weather. Things outside are beginning to catch up though. Darn those cucumber beetles, they really like to wreck havoc on early squash! Still putting up the good fight though!
Today at market we have:
strawberry rhubarb jam
|Posted on May 20, 2016 at 9:07 PM||comments ()|
Available at Hamburg Saturday the 21st:
Limited amount of asparagus
Oh my gosh I almost forgot the Oyster Mushrooms!!
This week has been exceptionally busy. All of the green beans, yellow beans, purple beans, round zucchini, regular zucchini is all in the ground, ok the first round is in the ground hahaha. About to work on the 2nd acre of land starting Monday, we are doing things "differently" this year. I anticipate a hotter than usual summer so we are not using any black plastic this year, just raised beds (except for the pumpkins when its time to plant those amongst other decorative fall stuff).
Turkey babies will be arriving in a couple of more weeks.
Otherwise right now its a chore to keep up with the emerging spring weeds and bugs but we are currently still winning the battle. Never give up!
|Posted on May 13, 2016 at 9:56 PM||comments ()|
Hooray another season of markets has arrived. Although it may be a bit rainy tomorrow we will always be at market rain or shine! Thank you to all our Hamburg customers for your continued loyalty and smiling faces, you make the market experience an especially great one every week!
This week we have:
Beet greens/swiss chard
Asparagus still needs a bit more time to grow sorry.
We have moved into a larger spot this year to accommodate our growth in size yet again this year. Still the same area just across the aisle. Look forward to seeing you!
|Posted on October 31, 2015 at 6:28 AM||comments ()|
Our last market of the year today. We have greens and winter squashes and homemade jellies/jams. Thank you everyone for a successful season. See you again next year in May!