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Sowing seeds, lots of them.

Blog: Walkto Farms Weekly   -   Wednesday March 06, 2013   -   By Gil

Community Building is Collaborating. We will be reaching out first to our walking community. Over 150 families within a mile! We are commited to feeding 200 people and taking food to the markets. Also we will be reaching those with land to consider exchanging...


Planting by Moon Phases

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Friday February 22, 2013   -   By Katie

Guess what? I started planting this past week! Nearly all of my onion seeds have met their soil! I’m planning to start more onions this weekend (scallions), rhubarb the following weekend (Glaskins Perpetual) and the in early March then I’ll be sowing...

Sowing tomatoes and peppers

Blog: Walkto Farms Weekly   -   Saturday January 26, 2013   -   By Gil

I's been a long day, with seed catalogs and rich text on wesite building. But what I'm feeling is the urgent question of when to sow tomatoes. and peppers. The greenhouse isn't quite up yet, but at least half those seeds are in the soil and beginning their...

A Pain in the Back

Blog: Bountiful Blessings Farm Produce   -   Monday March 05, 2012   -   By Jeff

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JavaJournal March 2012

Blog: Freshski's   -   Sunday March 04, 2012   -   By Greg

It’s been a mild winter and we’re in the stretch run to warmer days with increased sunlight. Now is the time when the fun begins for gardeners of all ages and experience levels. It’s time to begin this season by recognizing the seed as the source of all...


Spring Planting

Blog: Hardcorner Farm   -   Tuesday February 28, 2012   -   By GrowerX

Just sowed the Spring Oats and Austrian Winter Peas as a cover crop for the pumpkins.  Inoculating peas is kind of fun, as long as it's not hundreds of pounds of seed. 


Blog: Shari's Berries & Garden LLC   -   Monday February 06, 2012   -   By Shari

Well its springtime again in Hiram. This winter has been most mild, and with little snow. Its time to cut forsythia for florists and homeowners alike. I've been cleaning up the garage, the basement and the hoophouse. This week I'll start sowing seeds to grow...


Winter harvests

Blog: Twopenny Farm   -   Tuesday November 11, 2008   -   By Peter

Our old friend Eliot Coleman is responsible for this. We moved to new land last year in Tennessee and began to farm as we've done before -- starting off slow with 1/4 acre. The first year we fed the soil and planted little. This year we set up the farmstand...

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