Spinella Farm -
Friday June 06, 2014 - By Edward
While scouting the potato patch the day before last, I discovered some beginnings of the blight. As I looked up the diseased leaves to confirm my suspicion that it was late blight, my next thought was to contact our county ag agent to give him the word. You...
Miolea Organic Farm -
Tuesday June 07, 2011 - By Brian
We tore down and packed up the high tunnel that collapsed this year. We are still loosing layers. Now, whatever is getting the chicken has learned to jump the electric fence to get to the birds. We have fifty broilers on pasture and...
Rockgate Farm -
Wednesday May 25, 2011 - By Angela
Got your plants out a little late? So What.... No biggee!
With the weather being so eratic this year, unless you have a hoop house, you most likely got your planting done late. That's alright. As long as your starts are...
F.A. Farm -
Thursday July 09, 2009 - By Walter
I have already dug over 400 pounds of potatoes this year. Most were sold, but I am also saving drops for seed potatoes and storing some for our own use. Last year, I started storage in mid-June and we finished off our storage potatoes just as I began...
Green Grocer Chicago -
Sunday January 11, 2009 - By Cassie
In running a small grocery store that works primarily with small and local farms and producers, you get to deal with situations that stores like Jewel and Whole Foods never even dream about (or have nightmares about as it were). On most days, I...