ABQJournal NM Food:Build healthy meal around season's abundant fresh greens
Finally, fresh greens have a long growing season in New Mexico. Accessible from early spring through the winter — particularly when savvy growers use season extenders like row cover or hoop houses — they also grow quickly. Many within 30 days.
Through the rest of the season and during the winter, look for a great selection from Agri-Cultura Network, whose valuable work with new farmers is producing great selections of salad greens, arugula, spinach, chard, mustard greens, collard greens and kale, among other late season crops.