Spring Warren




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Spring Warren

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Usually I figure that April first is the earliest date that I would even THINK about planting the summer crops, but… this year I decided to walk on the wild side and plant mid March. It seemed like winter was going to be kind and peter out early, so why not take advantage of the sunshine?


Of course, as these things go – that's when the night time temperatures started dropping back into the thirt...

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“described my tomatoes and growing process to Alan (the tomato guru). He thought I might be watering my plants too much. When I wailed, “How can anyone tell what the right amount is?” He said, “You let them suffer. Hold off on the water until they just start to wilt—and then you save them. Suffer and save.”
Spring Warren, The Quarter-Acre Farm: How I Kept the Patio, Lost the Lawn, and Fed My Family For a Year

“A meal needs something sweet at the end, no matter what. Jesse put it best when he was a little guy. Claiming to be too full to finish his dinner, he’d allow that he could, however, eat some cake. He explained that although the stomach itself could be absolutely stuffed, there is an anatomical dessert pocket alongside the stomach that’s ever available for sweets.”
Spring Warren, The Quarter-Acre Farm: How I Kept the Patio, Lost the Lawn, and Fed My Family For a Year




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