Last week, when we began to get night temperatures in the fifties, our citrus trees transformed themselves. They suddenly showed us how much fruit they carried. Of course, the fruit was there all summer but it was as green as the leaves and we had to look closely to find it. Not all came […]
Archive for November, 2008
November in the desert is onion planting time.
This comes as a surprise to many people because of our approaching winter. However, onions are cool-season plants and are seldom damaged by frost. The fact that they ripen and are harvested in June or July makes people think that onions are summertime plants.
Our Steering Committee […]