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    Nature’s Kisses & Homemade Confectionaries.

    2018 was the year we decided to see if there was a benefit in our yeilds because of pollination. Prior to that we always thought because we were on a farm that there were plenty of bees to pollinate, but we were wrong. We had nine hive placed on our farm by a lady named Brandy. It was a fantastic year for yields. I am not saying that we didn’t have loses we did but do to other reasons such as insects and weather. This year we were so impressed with the yields we decided to invest in our own hives for two reasons. One reason was for better pollination…

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    Our Farm and Climate Change

    Spring will be here soon, even though we are still reminded that it is winter. It is odd to hear people say we haven’t seen this kind of weather in so many years. I believe that they are not wrong but it is worsening than back then. So much climate change. The storms are more intense, forest fires are burning up more land causing mud slides, and fluding in winter cause through warming up. The loss of wild life because of devastation, starvation and cement cities. We should all step back and see what we have done in the name of new age or going with the times.

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    Microgreens

    We have add our own certified organic microgreens to our list that we will be offering.   Grown on our farm.   Certified Organic Microgreens. Why microgreens are good for you? Possible health benefits. Studies suggest that microgreens may contain high concentrations of nutrients compared with mature vegetables and herbs. Due to their high antioxidant content, microgreens are considered a functional food, a food that promotes health or prevents disease. Microgreens Pack Nutritional Punch. Researchers evaluated levels of four groups of vital nutrients, including vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin E, lutein, and beta-carotene Shelf life: Will vary depending on the variety, but most microgreens will last at least 5-8 days if…

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    Organic Planting

    Buying Organic  Plants Did you know when you buy organic plants that once you add non-organic fertilizers or plant in treated soil  you take a chance of changing you flavor and adding chemicals to your edible vegetables. Most people that buy organic vegetable know the difference will for go the size for the taste. Since we have been certified organic we’ve  been asked many times if we use GMO seeds or do we use chemicals and spray for insects and weeds. We do not, but a lot of people still ask.  At any time we have our certificate available on our farm. Remember when you buy your organic plants please…