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Category Archives: Large Scale Growing
In my mind, I am a now junior grower. I figure you get one freshman year, and then a bunch of sophomore years. After 12 seasons, I am unwilling to consider myself a senior grower, but I get a little … Continue reading
How to Keep Yourself and Your Farm Staff Happy – by Becky Maden In the fall of 1995, I found myself living in the loft of a barn, surrounded by a heap of hay, piles of mouse droppings, my pack … Continue reading
In recent years on our Trials Farm, we’ve fallen in love with the mini or midi type of lettuce – smaller sized lettuce heads that can be planted densely to maximize bed real estate and that offer great flavor. A … Continue reading
I have been growing tomatoes in the greenhouse for 12 years now. I switched to grafted plants after my house “hit the wall.” After four successful years of growing glorious plants laden with fruit, my un-grafted plants topped out at … Continue reading
February surprises me each year with feelings of doubt. As the days grow longer and the boxes of seeds are unpacked and organized for the seeding marathon that lies ahead, I feel a tremor inside of me. Really? I think, … Continue reading
By Matt Rothschiller Matt and Jacy Rothschiller own Gallatin Valley Botanical which is located 3 miles east of Bozeman, Montana on the fertile bottomlands of Rocky Creek. They have been growing produce since 2003. They cultivate a diverse array of … Continue reading
*Win a $25 Gift Certificate to High Mowing Organic Seeds! Leave us a comment below sharing with us one of your time saving tips that you use in your garden or farm! We will randomly select a winner from the … Continue reading
The world of organic seeds is an interesting one. As you turn the pages of your High Mowing catalog, you may wonder why we have sixteen years under our belt and still no parsnips. Seriously? Why is there such an … Continue reading
Becky Maden is the Assistant Farm Manager at Intervale Community Farm (ICF), a thriving member-owned CSA farm in its 21st season of growing organic produce in Burlington, Vermont. Becky has worked on several diverse vegetable farms throughout the country and … Continue reading