About High Mowing Organic Seeds

  1. Our Seed Starting GIVEAWAY!

    The winner of this month's giveaway will receive Our organic Seed Starting Kit! Included is everything you need, including the seeds! Our seed starting kit is perfect for growing your own healthy seedlings or indoor greens. When growing indoor greens such as shoots or microgreens, plant directly in the standard 1020 tray. For starting seedlings, plant in the 50-cell tray...
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  2. Covid-19 Frequently Asked Questions

    As you begin to make your growing plans for 2021, we want you to know you are not alone. The High Mowing team has dedicated time, effort and creativity to ensuring that we will have seed for our growers this spring and we will continue to do our very best to keep seed available for those who need it. For information...
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  3. Improving our Garlic Management

    Here at High Mowing, we understand how essential a reliable and productive garlic crop is in a garden or on a farm. We take our job of sourcing high quality, organic garlic very seriously and it is for that reason that garlic is one of the trickier seed items we manage in our warehouse. We know how frustrating it is...
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  4. Our Cultivating Justice GIVEAWAY!

    The winner of this month's giveaway will win three critically acclaimed books discussing the current and historic injustices, structural inequities and future possibilities of our current food system. Cultivating Food Justice Race, Class, and Sustainability by Alison Hope Alkon and Julian Agyeman. Documents how racial and social inequalities are built into our food system, and how communities are creating environmentally sustainable...
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  5. Grower New Years Resolutions for 2021

    As the unprecedented year of 2020 comes to a close, growers across North America are studying seed catalogs, reworking their crop plans and using the lessons learned this season to bring more abundance into the New Year. We wanted to send you into 2021 with some heartfelt thoughts from growers preparing for the New Year, hoping they will inspire you...
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  6. 2021 Catalog: Stories of Resilience Part 3

    Return to our 2021 Catalog: Stories of Resilience Part 2. Stories of Resilience Erica Kempter is a farmer, food activist, seed breeder and managing partner of Nature and Nurture Seeds in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Seeds offered through Nature and Nurture Seeds are all heirloom and/or open pollinated varieties and are adapted to the Great Lakes Region, the Midwest and beyond...
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  7. Meet Your Regional Commercial Grower Sales Team

    Our commercial grower sales team is dedicated to helping farmers in all regions. We offer knowledgeable advice on regional variety selection, standard and bulk sizing options, and the assurance of quality and convenience. We have an essential understanding of the complexities involved with choosing seed. We’d like to introduce ourselves to give you an idea of the depth of our team’s knowledge, and the...
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  8. 2021 Catalog: Stories of Resilience Part 2

    Return to Part 1 of our 2021 Catalog: Stories of Resilience. Stories of Resilience Abigail Shaw is a micro farmer and full time student in Northern Florida. Abigail faced challenges when the pandemic hit as it limited her ability to advertise her flowers to the community, to connect with other local farmers and to get her message out to the public. As the country...
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  9. Our Herb Planter Giveaway!

    This month’s giveaway winner will receive the Galvanized Herb Planters with Rectangular Tray from Gardeners Supply Company.  Galvanized tin is both retro and modern, making this charming planter set a must have for growers and culinary adventurers alike. Each pot is the perfect home for herbs, succulents or even sprouts while the rectangular tray keeps them attractively corralled and easily transportable. The versatile tray can...
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  10. 2021 Catalog: Stories of Resilience Part 1

    Hope Is A Seed  Sowing the Seeds of Resilience  Through the unprecedented challenges of 2020, the intersectional nature of community was highlighted: how we each have a role to play and some magic to make, to keep us growing, adaptive and resilient. Moments of hardship will always reveal the injustices and the work left to be done. They simultaneously catalyze the very people...
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