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Moving ahead

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Yesterday was a pretty good day.  Ross checked on the fields that still need NH3, and decided he could begin in the afternoon some application at Huey.  826 more words


Pause in the field work, and a good-bye

Monday, April 14, 2014

Brandon and John were able to apply NH3 at the Pond farm yesterday afternoon.  But last night’s rain and today’s strong winds have stopped field work for a while. 297 more words


Colorado: A tale of two snowpacks

Snowpack bountiful north, a little sparse in the San Juans

By Summit Voice

FRISCO — A persistent weather pattern across the U.S. in March once again benefited Colorado’s northern and central mountains, as a steady stream of storms brushed down the northern Rockies before roaring into the Midwest. 402 more words


Ooo-ooo-ooo! What a Little Dirt Can Do for You

Apologies to Billie Holiday for the title. The tomato plants on the left are growing in soil from Tractor Supply that cost $1.99 per bag. The plants on the right are growing in ferti-lome potting mix that cost $14.00 per bag. 290 more words

Farm Activities

Garden Update: Soil Sample Back, Second Tilling

My garden is coming along as it should – even better than I had hoped.

I was able to do my second tilling, which puts me about halfway toward planting a crop of some kind this spring. 1,000 more words

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More progress at the Burke farm

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

We met with Sam Shepard of Shepard Construction at the Burke farm today.  The long-awaited work of clearing the woods is now making progress again.   420 more words


Local TV and the technology to to make the right impact and be successful

I have tried as much as possible when writing these blog posts to stay impartial (not always easy given my day job) I have also always tried to stay general (though I accept I refer to the US market a LOT). 420 more words