High Mowing Organic Non-GMO Seeds

  1. 2020 Catalog Sneak Peak!

    High Mowing's 2020 organic seed catalog will soon be on its way to growers! Here's a little sneak peek at what you’ll find in our catalog this year. (You can request a FREE copy if you haven't already, by clicking here.) The Three Essential Pillars of High Mowing Organic Seeds   It’s no secret that our mission at High Mowing is to increase the availability...
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  2. Our Fermentation GIVEAWAY!

                    This month’s giveaway winner will receive a Kilner Fermentation Jar Set from Gardener’s Supply Company.  This easy to use system allows you to transform vegetables into sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles, and more!  The set includes a 3-liter glass jar, air-lock lid to seal out contaminants, and ceramic weights that keep the vegetables submerged.  The set is made...
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  3. Preserve the Cabbage Harvest with Sauerkraut

    How to Preserve the Harvest With Sauerkraut & The Best Cabbage Varieties for Kraut   It’s cabbage harvest season, when the nights begin to dip down and days turn crisp, ushering in autumn.  While summer harvests had us making coleslaws and cabbage leaf wraps with early-season varieties, now it’s time to harvest the late-season cabbages for storage and processing. If...
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  4. The Next Generation of Farm Tools

    The future of farming is now with the newest generation of tools designed to fit the needs of a small-scale agricultural revolution.  These innovative technologies were built to help producers cope with the challenges associated with an operation that relies on human power to produce.  In the beginning there was the original hand tool Jedi, Eliot Coleman, coaxing us to...
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  5. Our Gardening Book Giveaway!

    This month's giveaway winner will receive two gardening books by critically acclaimed authors!  The Seed Underground by Janisse Ray is a look into the new frontier of seed saving.  It is a collection of stories, both the author’s and those of individuals growing in thousands of gardens across America, preserving genetic diversity of food through growing old varieties and eating them.  Heirloom Vegetable Gardening by Willian Woys...
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  6. How to Make More Farm Sales with Email Marketing

    If you’re a farm owner, what’s the most important thing you do?  (This is a trick question). It’s not growing vegetables or flowers — it’s marketing. Yes, you need to grow crops in order to have something to sell, but growing on its own won’t make sales.  Sales and marketing is the difference between having a business and a hobby...
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  7. Quick Fall Crops

    With just one month of summer left until the first day of fall, there's still time to get some quick growing crops in the ground for autumn and early winter harvests.  Here at High Mowing, we offer a great selection of speedy greens and roots that can fill the garden out even as the days get shorter and the temps...
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  8. Our Beneficial Nematode Giveaway!

    This month’s giveaway winner will receive Beneficial Nematodes from gardener’s supply company.  These Beneficial Nematodes target and eliminate garden pests in their larval or pupal stages and are safe to humans and pets. Simply add them to your watering can, hose end sprayer or irrigation system! HOW TO ENTER: It’s easy - just click “Log In” below if you have a Facebook account...
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  9. Keep Things Growing with Season Extension

    The changing seasons each offer their own unique sets of challenges as well as potential benefits.  Moving into the fall growing season, the daylight hours continue to reduce in length and the temperature begins to cool which, in turn, lowers the temperature of the soil.  While this may slow down the growth of crops in the field, new innovations in...
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  10. Garlic the Traveler: From Origins to Global Cultivation

    When it comes to the origins of seeds, it is remarkable to think about how one plant, native to one region, made its way into gardens across the globe.  Garlic, originating in Central Asia, is one such traveler and through its dynamic relationship to human beings throughout time has gone from an isolated population that spanned an area encompassing parts...
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