Working the land might be your main passion, but by keeping accurate records of your planting and husbandry activities, you can keep tabs on the farm and plan for the future.
A mysterious disease that caused two years of deformed celery crops throughout Michigan is now attributed to a fungus, and growing precautions should be taken.
Photo by Rick Gush Loquats are often sweeter when picked fresh from a feral tree. One day when I was 12, I discovered a fruiting loquat tree on my walk home from school. I ate a lot of loquats that year, and I’ve since enjoyed hunting for free loquats. Loquat, Eriobotyra japonica, is certainly one […]
Photo by Rick Gush It’s time for squash flowers again! Squash flowers have already started appearing in vegetable markets here in Italy, which means it’s just about squash flower season in our garden. A few of the squash flower suppliers are northern growers who grow very early squash in greenhouses, but most are growers from […]