Two days of slow rain at the start of June. Perfect for fattening up the berries! It’s going to be an early season because of the warm spring and we’re in the fields now chopping down the weeds and spraying organic potions to keep down the bugs and fungi. The fields are full. It looks like a potentially great harvest. The county extension agent, Mark Longstrath, tells us he expects that our jersey bushes will be ready the second week of July and our earlier varieties in mid-June and late-June.