High Mowing Organic Non-GMO Seeds

  1. Store the Bounty: Post-Harvest Produce Handling & Storage

    By Christopher W. Callahan, UVM Extension Intro to Vegetable Storage Remember when the first seed you ever planted actually germinated and the phosphorescent green of life reached for the sky? And then the plant grew and you produced something. Food. Living food. It's a remarkable thing and what's even more remarkable is that harvested crops continue to live. This continuation...
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  2. Seeds on the Road: High Mowing at a Conference Near You!

    High Mowing Organic Seeds is hitting the road for our annual circuit of organic agriculture conferences and trade shows! See our full schedule below, and click on the show name to view registration details. If any of these events are happening in a city near you, please consider joining as an attendee and be sure to come visit the High Mowing Organic...
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  3. Our Compost Bin GIVEAWAY!

    Thanks to our partners at Gardener’s Supply Company this month’s giveaway winner will receive a special backyard compost bin. Gardener’s exclusive Corner Compost Bin makes backyard composting easy and efficient. The three-sided design fits into nearly any corner space, and a state-of-the-art ventilation system speeds up the composting process of your kitchen scraps, garden debris, and yard trimmings! HOW TO...
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  4. Instagram Marketing for Farms

    Kate MacLean is the owner of Longest Acres Farm in Chelsea, Vermont. You can follow her farm on Instagram at @longestacresfarm. She and her sister are writing a forthcoming children's book centered around farm life. Statistics and sample posts using #farmlife on Instagram. The online world and farming are, at first glance, wholly at odds with one another. There is...
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  5. Sneak Peek at Our 2019 Seed Catalog

    High Mowing's 2019 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.) GROWER PROFILES One of things we love the most about running a business that supports individual organic growers is...
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  6. What’s Up With Your Soil?

    How well do you know the soil that grows your food? Do you know whether your soil is “healthy” or “unhealthy” (or somewhere in between)? Even the most advanced growers will admit that there is always more to learn about the soil and how to nurture nutrients, biota, microorganisms and soil structure. Every year brings new opportunity to learn more...
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  7. Our Harvest Season GIVEAWAY!

    Thanks to our partners at Gardener’s Supply Company and Running Press, this month’s giveaway winner will receive a multipurpose garden hod harvest basket and a copy of the cookbook Food in Jars by Marisa McClellan. Gardener’s exclusive Mod Hod allows gardeners to easily wash soil off a harvest by rinsing produce right in the durable plastic basket. Once your harvest...
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  8. Why They Grow: The Story Behind Our Catalog Cover

    While all of the growers featured on our 2018 catalog cover use High Mowing seeds in their operations, more than seed ties them together. What they’re growing extends well beyond great vegetables: they grow healthier families, future leaders and new models for organic distribution. These nontraditional crops exemplify a shared dedication to nourishing our community, a value High Mowing equally...
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  9. Common Plant Diseases & Organic Control Options

    We’ve posted several in-depth articles on disease control and prevention here on our Seed Hopper blog before, and you can find them all archived in the “Plant Diseases” category in the left-hand navigation column. They include coverage of Late Blight, Downy Mildew and Disease Prevention in High Tunnel Production. Our “What’s Wrong with My Garden?” series goes over the basics...
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  10. 7 Resources for Season Extension

    All growers are familiar with the guessing game that happens each fall when cool weather comes around: when is the first hard freeze going to hit this year? As the global climate continues to shift in unpredictable ways, the things we as growers thought we knew about our regions’ ecological rhythms are being thrown to the wind (so to speak...
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