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Fertility Management Stage One Gets Soil In Shape

Stage one of soil fertility management is the time to learn about your soil, plan accordingly and amend the growing area with manure and nutrient adjustments.

Zach LoeksJuly 16, 2021
Lavender Eggs & White Peacocks Color The Red Barn Farm

Dennita Miskimen of Virginia-based agriculture venture The Red Barn Farm tells us about the importance of eggs and fostering community.

Understanding The ‘Trees from Seed’ Philosophy

Sow hundreds of native trees in place simply, easily and for free using the trees from seed philosophy, which bypasses saplings for wild tree seeds.

Recipe: Bake A Savory Brunch Pizza

Topped with three eggs, bacon, tomatoes and a heaping handful of spinach, this savory brunch pizza will add fun flavor to your mid-morning dining.

Rototillers Can Turn Your Soil Around (Literally)

While it's not always necessary to turn the soil on a farm, a rototiller can be a real timer-saver for acreage that produces year after year.

Discovering Healing & Regeneration At Re:Farm

Zach Scherler-Abney from the Oklahoma-based venture tells us how farming their own food is helping his wife, Kacie, recover from an autoimmune disease.

What’s Tried & True (& What’s New) In The Old Farmer’s Almanac

Janice Stillman, editor of The Old Farmer's Almanac, discusses the publication's history, its magic formula and the secret to its longevity.

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