Hort Snacks - June 2017

 
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 Welcome to another edition of Hort Snacks. Springs seems to have been compressed into a very short two weeks (4, if you want to be generous). Plants have gone from bare and dormant to fully leafed out and in flower in the span of a few weeks. The unsettled weather has been a bit challenging, especially when it comes to getting crops in the ground, but gradually, it is happening. Hopefully things will settle down and we can have a nice average summer.

In the meantime, there are a number of things for you to read and consider in this edition. There are a number of semi-related articles, both new and “fresh” from the archives, most of which relate to the considerations around decisions to expand or change direction in an operation. Hopefully, they get your minds stimulated in a productive way.

Otherwise, planning is underway for the coming summer season and the year ahead. If you want to stay in touch about the things that are happening on your farm, feel free to send a note at any time. We’re happy to get updates this way, as we can’t always get out to every farm, as much as we would like to. As always, for any question or concern, we are just a phone call or email away. Have a great summer.

Rob Spencer/Dustin Morton, Commercial Horticulture Specialists

 
 
 
 
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This information published to the web on May 29, 2017.