We will be planting many rows of Sweet Potato slips this weekend. Its easy planting and will make for a fun crop mob. This is a great chance for something fun to do in the sunshine, get into the fields and help grow your own food, have a cookout and general good fun. Bring the family! We hope to meet you in the fields!
Planting Parties this weekend
Friday May 25, 2-7pm–CSA members are invited to drop in and lend a hand while here for CSA pickups, even a half hour of planting is helpful!
Saturday May 26, 2-7pm
REVISED: Sunday June 3, 2-7pm
RSVP requested so we have an idea of numbers.
Potluck dinners, we’ll have the grill hot in the firepit by 5:30pm.
Bring a hat and a water bottle too.
301-607-4048 home line, or Phil’s cell on the day of the event–301-461-6574.
For GPS purposes but there is no mailbox: 2225 Park Mills Rd, Adamstown, MD.
Lost? Phil’s cell 301-461-6574
Did you know? Sweet Potatoes are grown from what’s called a “slip”, its a stem and leaf that sprouts off a main potato. The slip is cut off the main potato and planted in to the rows. In contrast, with white potatoes, the whole potato is planted, or a cutting of a quarter potato.