High Mowing Organic Non-GMO Seeds

  1. Submit Your Hero Photos for the 2021 Catalog

    WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE FEATURED IN OUR 2021 CATALOG?     Did you grow one of our varieties last season or are currently growing it now? If so, consider taking (or choosing) 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...
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  2. 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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  3. Grower Profile: Mighty Soil Farm

    Kate & Joe | Chatham, Michigan High Mowing Customer Since: 2018 The Stats 3/4 acre 2 growing seasons in Chatham 4 points of distribution (farmers markets, CSA, grocery stores and restaurants) 15-30 average number of different vegetables CSA members choose from weekly 100% certified organic by MOSA The People "We chose the name Mighty Soil Farm because we believe that growing the...
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  4. Our Smart Irrigation GIVEAWAY!

                        This month’s giveaway winner will receive a state-of-the-art irrigation system from Gardener’s Supply Company. Gardener’s exclusive WaterWell irrigation system is an easy-to-install drip line system that allows slow, root-zone watering that your garden plants will love. Customize it to fit your garden space and never worry about drought again! HOW...
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  5. Our Top Resources for Disease Control

    This time of the season, gardeners are focused on keeping their plants happy and healthy. We know you want to have the greatest chance of success with your organic seeds from High Mowing, so we’ve collected some of our favorite resources for identifying common garden diseases: For a general overview of plant health and some principles of organic disease control...
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  6. Cichoria!: Italianize your Farm and Round Out your Season with Bitter Sweet Chicories

    Umami is not the only neglected flavor to resurge mainstream taste as of late. Amaro has recently become a household word and we can thank the often chicory-infused Italian liqueurs for giving bitter its trendy new platform. Not only does every restaurant menu in New York City now feature a variation of a chicory salad, but every dive bar mixes...
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  7. Our Garden Tool GIVEAWAY!

    Every gardener’s go-to tool, the Hori Hori knife. Multifunctional and easy to use, Hori Hori knives are the ultimate garden tool. Good for weeding, digging, and transplanting, the sharp double-edged blade cuts through most anything – it’s even handy for cutting twine when you’ve forgotten your scissors! This month’s giveaway will grant one lucky winner the garden tool of their...
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  8. Crop Talk: Fall Crops

    Though it hardly seems fair with spring having just begun, May and June are the time to be thinking about what, if anything, you’ll be harvesting when the fall arrives. Here are a few crucial fall crops to plan for, and some resources to help you have success with your fall harvests: Fall Root Crops Lauded for their impressive storability...
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  9. 6 Reasons to Grow Your Flowers From Organic Seed

    As the days lengthen, the air warms, and the soil thaws from a long winter, we’re all ready for spring. And with spring comes flowers. Lots of them. From Easter to Memorial to Mother’s Day, to any sunny bird-song filled day, there is no shortage of reasons to buy flowers. Instead of heading to the supermarket to pick up a...
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  10. Quick Farm Crops for Mid-Season Sowing

    Farmers in mid-summer often have real estate to maximize as crops start to come out of the ground instead of going in. Read on for advice on some of our favorite quick-maturing crops that can fill those empty field spots and provide a little extra product for mid-season markets. Microgreens Microgreens  are the ultimate last-minute crop, no matter the season...
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