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Here it is, another Labor Day and the beginning of hurricane season.

Last weekend’s cloud formations were fabulous.

It is late August, often a season of molds and weeds on Martha’s Vineyard farms.

It’s either my advancing age, the fact that I work outdoors, or climate change, but it’s simply too darned hot.

Every farmer has a favorite crop. Some are reluctant to name just one, like a mother who does not want to play favorites.

Prize-winning vegetables and flower arrangements, the buzz of the chainsaw as woodsmen competed, Best in Show for man’s best friend — notes on the...