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Carolina Cover Crops Workshop

Workshop will be at The Roper Mountain Science Center, October 3, 2014, 9 AM – 5 PM

Interested in finding out how to use annual cover crops in your crop rotation? 153 more words


Preparing Your Garden for Fall & Winter

Sure, the end of summer is a bummer, but fall is great in its own ways. Fall is certainly the most picturesque time of year, and it provides that specific New-England feel that many seek out. 1,304 more words


4 "Must Do" Chores In Your Garden This Fall - For A Great Garden Next Year!

Chances are –  this time of year –  a picture of your garden would look more like a starving artist painting than a classic masterpiece. 890 more words

Life In The Garden

Great turnout for the first of ILF fall field days

On Tuesday, August 19, over 100 area farmers attended an Iowa Learning Farms field day near Klemme.  Host Dean Stromer, and his son Will, spoke about their motivation for using strip-till and other conservation practices. 196 more words

Wordless Wednesday: Late Summer Tillage and Cover Crops

This morning I sowed a mix of oats, peas, and radish into a field I ploughed recently.

By doing primary tillage this time of year, I’m giving the soil life time to recover before winter sets in. 76 more words


Cover Crops and Vegetable Production - August Webinar

If you missed tuning into the live webinar today – don’t worry!  You can watch the entire webinar now archived on our website here. 135 more words

6 Great Reasons To Plant A Cover Crop In Your Garden This Fall!

When anyone asks what the “secret” is to a successful garden – it doesn’t take long for us to get to the topic of cover crops. 781 more words

Life In The Garden