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Aspargus season has come to an end, and we are turning our attention to the garden and making hay. Persistent rain is having a negative impact on vegetable production. The amount and quality of this season's produce is likely to be diminished.

The 2015 sugaring season ended the first of April, and we do have syrup available. We enjoyed the participation of family members, our volunteer help and guests while the sap ran.

Don't miss professional photographer Jen Shenk's delightful photo essay in the spring issue of Edible Michiana as well as her blog about her family's visit to the Yoder Sugar Bush in 2014.

The Yoder Farm is fortunate to be the site for one (Eel River Valley) of five Indiana stations in the Shallow Geothermal Monitoring Network maintained by the Indiana Geological Survey . The station is adjacent to one of our asparagus fields. This makes it possible for everyone to have access to accurate and timely information about soil and atmospheric conditions.  
weather station

You can monitor current soil temperatures and weather conditions at the farm at the IGS's web site..







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