July 2019

  1. 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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  2. Our Cucumber Trellis GIVEAWAY!

                        This month’s giveaway winner will receive a Cucumber Trellis from Gardener’s Supply Company.  This user friendly, powder coated steal Cucumber Trellis is easy to assemble and folds flat for off-season storage.  The lean-to design allows you to sow heat intolerant crops below and gives the grower the opportunity to efficiently utilize...
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  3. Variety Spotlight - Cucumbers

    When it comes to the heat of summer, few vegetables are more refreshing than a crisp, freshly harvested cucumber eaten straight from the field, incorporated into a salad, or even juiced with mint or basil to make a delicious healthy beverage.  These prolific plants are the unsung heroes of summer and here at High Mowing we celebrate them with variety...
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  4. Submit Your Hero Photos for the 2020 Catalog

    WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE FEATURED IN OUR 2020 CATALOG?     Are you growing any of our varieties this year? If so, consider taking a “hero” photo and sending it our way!  We want to include growers from all over the map in our next catalog. Here’s what we’re looking for in a “hero” shot: - one (or more...
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  5. Believe The Hype: No Till Growing Methods for Small Farms

    No Till Farming When it comes to farming, there are endless examples of people who have turned their craft into a livelihood through innovations and techniques honed over time to create a system that is truly unique.  Often when someone in the farming community really taps into something special, the practices seep into the collective mind of farmers all over...
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