Farm update | Microgreens are here | Winter Beekeeping Workshop

Radish Microgreens

Radish Microgreens

So nutritious…if you haven’t tried them yet, please stop by one of our farmers markets for a tasting. You won’t believe what you’ve been missing if you don’t at least give them a try. Since they haven’t expended all their energy on building leaves and roots, all the nutritional benefits are packed into their tiny stem and cotyledons. You can eat just a few and get the benefits of it’s full size counterpart. Recent studies have shown positive results that they are nutritional powerhouses. Spinkle a few on your salad and sandwich and you will be amazed at their great fresh taste.

Sunflower Microgreens

Sunflower Microgreens

 

We generally have sunflower, china rose radish, broccoli, kale and wheat grass along with others that we rotate out like onion, fenugreek, red clover, alfalfa, buckwheat, barley, pea tendrils, and more. All chemical-free from organic, pathogen tested seeds.

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Young Wheatgrass

Young Wheatgrass


 

The Lee County Beekeepers Association held a free workshop at our farm for members of the FSBA (Florida State Beekeepers Association) on how to prepare your hives for the winter and store you gear without being invaded by the wax moths that can do 100s of dollars of damage to your boxes, frames and foundations.

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Robert Hartman, president of the Lee County Beekeepers Association

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