Boston Microgreens founder and co-owner Oliver Homberg tells us how experimenting with microgreens at home led to a business supplying local chefs.
Montreal-based enthusiast and supplier Iliana Antonova tells us about some of the most weirdly wonderful wild mushrooms out there waiting to be discovered.
Jessie Sheffield from the London-based allotment reveals key cultivating tips for beans and tells us why she’s smitten with giant Greek Gigantes.
Worried about the coronavirus? These fun farming ideas will give your mind a break from COVID-19 while working from home and practicing social distancing.
A tropical fruit that doesn’t grow in the tropics (it loves the Midwest), pawpaw is a tasty, custard-like fruit with distinct advantages for small farmers.
The humble beet can be temperamental to grow, but this root vegetable offers twice the treat—greens and roots—when its code is cracked.
Looking for an easy-to-grow plant with income potential for your hobby farm? Blackberries and raspberries fit the bill and are a “berry” good idea.