Store your produce in a root cellar to extend the harvest and provide a rainbow of fresh colors and flavors to your kitchen throughout the winter.
A rural power outage can take a while to fix, so get (and stay) ready for electricity failure down the line with these tips for staying comfy when the farm goes dark.
The root cellar is an ancient and effective method for storing garden produce, so stick these commonly grown vegetables in the root cellar to enjoy after harvest.
Have an excess of onions, garlic, shallots and leeks? Make sure none go to waste with these tips for storing, preserving and using your favorite alliums.
One of the biggest benefits of radishes is their ability to keep in storage for long periods of time. Get the longest keep time out of your crop with these tips.