Seasonally adjusted share

I’m drawn to the “this time last year” links that show up in most regular blogs / news aggregators.  Each growing season is different, but I thought I would bring you all a “(seasonally adjusted) this time last year” to see where we are and where we’re going.

With that, we’re someplace around here, which is a few weeks earlier than now last year.  You can replace the cherries with apricots and know that the tomatoes, summer squash, and cucumbers are a week away, and keep browsing through the weeks from that point on to get a good preview of the next month or so.
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2 thoughts on “Seasonally adjusted share

  1. Just curious, but where can you spend $3 and only get two (VERY small) beets? Or how about $3 for 2 very small garlic cloves? Or $5 for a quarter bag of spinach, most of which is unusable stems? Or $4 for ONE medium sized onion? How about $3 for one sprig of mint? I could go on and on.Consistently I have felt that this CSA has not been worth even close to how much I'm paying, but now you're just making up prices for the produce to make it sound like a good deal. Definitely NOT happy right now.

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