Wet, cold, wet, cold. We seem to be on an El Niño rhythm this fall. Our crops grow slowly with the passage of each cold front that drops inches of rain as well as the temperature into the 30’s (we’ll be fighting our 3rd frost this week). When growth slows in this climate we push our leafy greens along with foliar applications of fish fertilizer, seaweed, and compost tea. We’ve been working hard to finish the last plantings of our sugar cane crop as well as harvesting the last beds of our sweet potatoes before it’s too late. We continue seeding and transplanting this week to setup an awesome spring season.