We recieved no damage from the early week’s freezes. Everything looks healthy and ready to start growing again. Such conditions do set us back, as much of the lettuce, beets, and radishes have not grown appreciably in several weeks due to the cold weather, but they’re alive. Now with more temperate conditions on the way, I hope they’ll get back to work. This will delay our real market products a few more weeks, but that’s better than losing them.
The temps here never dropped to a damaging level; our thermometer read 29 both mornings. Even accounting for the frost pocket down at the valley bottom, that’s not enough to damage what we had out. Still have no idea whether fruit growers were hit; I’ll look forward to making some inquiries at market on Saturday.