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“In preparation for next year, don’t forget to remove your plastic and work to rebuild your soil.” Derrick Von Kundra. For our last episode/blog, I wanted to take some time to discuss lessons learned from this year, and how to prepare for next year. If you’re reading...
“This is a good fruit as far as pollination goes…if you look at the spot you’re still at a fifty cent piece…but because of the size of the squash…it would be a number 2.” Scott Jerrell. We talked about grading a little bit in our pervious episode/blog and will discuss...
“There’s a pretty one, perfect size to it, perfect shape, got that little bit of orange…” Deana Haines. Deana is describing the acorn squash she grew this year for the Organic Growers Group. In our corresponding video, we join Deana Haines in Scott County Virginia....
“We spray to prevent disease and pests.” Roger Garrett. In our corresponding video, I join Roger Garrett of Robbins Family Farm in Scott County Virginia to discuss the available inputs for organic growers to manage pests and disease. In our previous episode/blog about...
“The Appalachian ecosystem is one of the most diverse in the world and so naturally, we have great soil, enough rain year round and mild enough seasons that we can grow a huge variety of things.” Richard Moyer. As we talked about in previous videos/blogs crop rotation...
“Looks like I used about 6oz of seed…to sow about 100 square feet of a fairly dense corn planting here in about 10 minutes.” Neal Reid. In our corresponding video, we join Tamara McNaughton of TNT Farm N Greenhouse and Neal Reid of Spring Ridge Farm, to discuss...
“You have this little ecosystem that you’ve created inside itself, so if something bad starts on one side of the greenhouse, it’s going to be bad on the other side of the greenhouse tomorrow.” Robin Robbins. There’s a lot that can happen in your greenhouse after you...
“You will want to transplant after the first true leaves have grown.” Tamara McNaughton. Transplants are when you plant an individual seed into a seed bed cell and then transplant the growing plant into the ground about a month or so later. Only a few crops in the...
“The black plastic will warm the soil somewhat, it holds the moisture in. The plants, or fruit and/or vegetables, will all stay cleaner because there’s no dirt or mud splashing back up on them. Probably helps with disease some, and the big thing, especially with this...
“…We hooked up the last of five drip lines here. So we’re standing around talking and it’s running, watering all the lines at once. So it allows you to move on to something else a little more productive.” Neal Reid. Water can end up being a big expense for your...
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