We planted Silver Queen Sweet Corn and had a great abundance to harvest, thanks to the rain we had in June
& July. All the rain made haying difficult, but the corn appreciated it very much.
Last years drought took it 's toll heavily on our corn crops (see 2002 crops page).
The rain made it another bad year for tomatos. Last year the tomatos didn't recieve enough rain this year they
got too much and split like crazy!
Our Red & Russet potato's did very well with little to no help in the way of watering/irrigation from us. Mother
nature kept the ground ideal for potatos. The best part about growing them is...............