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Walk the Walk

Blog: Miolea Organic Farm   -   Tuesday July 01, 2014   -   By Brian

It is farmer’s market time.   From the beginning of our foray into growing professionally, eventually you hear someone say “So and so grows using organic methods but they are not certified”.  Then it is usually followed up with "They say...

Nutrient Management or Manure 101

Blog: Miolea Organic Farm   -   Wednesday November 10, 2010   -   By Brian

  We are in class to learn how to fertilize a field, with the correct amount of nutrients.    Given the fields’ history of fertilization, soil analysis, manure analysis, animal type and amount of time that has passed,  I can tell you...

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The Cookus Cupboard: Herbs and Spices

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Friday December 04, 2009   -   By Cynthia

Get a list of basic herbs a spices to keep in your pantry so that you can make flavorful meals on Cookus Interruptus .  Storage information also provided.  Plus Jane's encounter with the grocery clerk is a little spicy! Runaway peppercorns.  

Chunky Chunky APPLE MUFFINS --- YUM!

Blog: So Succulent Gardens   -   Sunday September 06, 2009   -   By Blossomfarm

My fruit  trees are bursting with apples this year, but my sprayer broke and was not able to purchase a new one.... so I had to share this years harvest with a few squirming pals.   It will be gallons  and gallons of...

How to use Duck Eggs ~ Important Facts to help you...

Blog: MamaDuck's Duck Eggs   -   Friday August 21, 2009   -   By Sara

Duck eggs will last up to 3 weeks in the refrigerator.  But, there are some important facts that people don't commonly know about the quality of duck eggs.  The fresher the duck eggs the better are the results, the duck eggs are rich, delectable and...

Fresh Duck Eggs - How to know how fresh or old the...

Blog: MamaDuck's Duck Eggs   -   Sunday February 15, 2009   -   By Sara

When you get your duck eggs in the mail, they should be good for 2 to 3 weeks in the fridge.  After 3 weeks or with older eggs, just crack them, by opening them first in a small clear glass bowl.  If the whites look clear and have no smell,...


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