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August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- Ira (Credit: Newsday/Adam Richins)

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- Ira Haskell sprays the fields with a solution of silica preparation 501 (well water and quartz crystal that had been buried in a spiral cow horn -- mixed for 20 minutes by hand). The Farm is Long Island's only bio-dynamic farm, in Southold, New York. Newsday / Adam Richins

The Farm

Photos from The Farm, which runs a farm stand an also various CSAs, located in Southold.

VENUE: The Farm

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- Ira
(Credit: Newsday/Adam Richins)

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- Ira Haskell sprays the fields with a solution of silica preparation 501 (well water and quartz crystal that had been buried in a spiral cow horn -- mixed for 20 minutes by hand). The Farm is Long Island's only bio-dynamic farm, in Southold, New York. Newsday / Adam Richins

Ira Haskell washing of freshly picked beets. The
(Credit: Newsday / Adam Richins)

Ira Haskell washing of freshly picked beets. The Farm is Long Island's only bio-dynamic farm, located in Southold.

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- A
(Credit: Newsday/Adam Richins)

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- A portrait of KK and Ira Haskell in one of the fields on their farm. The Farm is Long Island's only bio-dynamic farm, in Southold, New York.

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August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- One
(Credit: Newsday/Adam Richins)

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- One of the tables of the farmstand displaying fruits, heirloom tomatoes and garlic. The Farm is Long Island's only bio-dynamic farm, in Southold, New York.

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- KK
(Credit: Newsday/Adam Richins)

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- KK Haskell and her husband Ira Haskell in the early morning, she with just-picked sunflowers and he picking beets ordered by a local chef. The Farm is Long Island's only bio-dynamic farm, in Southold, New York.

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- A
(Credit: Newsday/Adam Richins)

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- A sign outside at the farm stand, $8 a bunch for a flower bouquet. Each night KK and Ira have to look for where customers may have placed their money, despite a cash box outside. These include under the vases, corners, under baskets. The Farm is Long Island's only bio-dynamic farm, in Southold, New York.

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- Ira
(Credit: Newsday/Adam Richins)

August 5, 2007 -- Southold, NY -- Ira Haskell walking by the greenhouse with basket to go out and pick beets. In this case he is picking for a local restaurant who ordered 50 beets. The Farm is Long Island's only bio-dynamic farm, in Southold, New York.

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