Hog and Dogs Ranch / Produce -
Saturday June 09, 2012 - By Brien and Debbie
This is one of the worst things that have happened for us while growing chemical and pesticide free foods. 8 days ago we had a few grasshoppers, which grew to a overwhelming amount. We called for help to universities,with bug programs, to find out what to...
Seasons at Procter Farm -
Wednesday April 18, 2012 - By Rebekah
Though the little sprigs of green above look more like grass or weeds than a vegetable, they are actually the beginnings of carrots. Carrots take a long time to germinate and it is very exciting to see some coming out of the ground. The early varieties I have...
Rainbow Ranch Farms -
Friday January 07, 2011 - By Poly
Grow Your Own Eggs
For your own taste of the good life, keep a few chickens in your garden. You'll be surprised at how easy it is, and once you’re enjoying your own 'homegrown' fresh eggs, you'll wonder why you didn't do it sooner. Chickens have so...
Mott Family Farm -
Friday July 16, 2010 - By Shelley
Weeds and pests in organic farming have been more than simple foes--they have also shown us a complexity to the symbiotic nature of growing things that we did not know existed. Take weeds, for instance. In California, we had less weed pressure in the summer...
Uwharrie Farm -
Saturday October 31, 2009 - By Judy
As this gardening season is winding down we need to turn our thoughts
to next year's garden. Knowledge and good planning are the foundation
of a successful garden. Choosing...
Uwharrie Farm -
Tuesday October 13, 2009 - By Judy
Fall is a great time to get those fresh green vegetables that we are
told are so good for us. They are said to provide an abundance of
nutrition and even prevent some diseases. It...
Grow And Share -
Wednesday May 27, 2009 - By Kay
Well, things at the Bunn Sharing Garden are popping! The flowers on the tomatoes and tomatillos have made way for tomatoes hanging on the plants. We're hopeful tomatillos will soon follow.
Tomatoes hanging despite the Colorado Potato...
Hurricane Farm -
Tuesday March 03, 2009 - By Chris
Ok, ok. I know that it's winter and that there are rodents are in the house. I get that.
I also get that their job is to lurk about at night, being heard yet not seen.
But I don't get how the heck they did this: