Of planting spring’s first starts

“The potatoes are in, as are the first transplants of the year – kale, planted in our West field on Tuesday and Thursday (this batch in the cold rain!). There is little perennial grass to contend with there, and planting is as simple as removing the mulch, rip the rows, apply a nutrient-filled transplant drench,

Weed, mulch, repeat

“Tomatoes and peppers have been started this week, with the help of honorary farmers McMillan, Eliza and Maggie. The field-planted spinach is up, the thin green blades of their seed leaves a vibrant green against the dark soil”. Read the rest of this week’s news from the farm. 

March 2020 MHOF Newsletter

March, 2020 Dear Friends – a special plea, Kalina, the little 8 year old who last week was quoted as wanting salad because it was Julie’s salad is in the hospital in the Intensive Care Unit with a yet to be totally confirmed disease. Please send her and her family you best prayers, energies and

About MHOF

Many Hands Organic Farm has been in existence since 1982 and has been selling to the public since 1985. We were first certified organic by the Massachusetts chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association in 1987.

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