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Cover Crop Survey Reflects Enthusiasm for the Soil-Saving Practice

Insight from 2,020 farmers from across the country reflected enthusiasm for cover crops and—for the fourth year in a row—found a yield boost in corn and soybeans following cover crops. 836 more words

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Summertime both makes and breaks a southern farmer. The food, colorful and rich in both taste and tradition, invites intrigue, slows down meals, and charms us enough to covet the alluring flavors year…to read more click here Vol.9 #17 (07-26-16)

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Organic Field Day 8/4

Here’s another chance to take advantage of an upcoming field day we’re co-hosting with the Paul Novacek family and the Dramm Corporation in Warren, Minnesota. We’ll be discussing everything from soil health, to weed control, to diverse crop production. 16 more words

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Friday PhotoEssay - July 22, 2016

Another sweltering week, another Friday photoessay! Let’s take a break from our Tomato Day preparations to take a quick look around the Demonstration Garden.

I would say that we have reached the midpoint of summer in the garden. 402 more words

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Peregrine Farm News Vol. 13 #23, 7/21/16

What’s been going on!

Thanks to everyone for the many congratulations on Betsy’s steadfast dedication to producing beautiful cut flowers for Weaver Street Market all these years, they have been a great partner to work with and have helped Peregrine Farm become what it is today.  563 more words

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This is such a weird time of year

 The in between season.  I’ve still got things in the growing in the garden.  But not a lot and they are close to being labelled ‘past it.’  But they are still there needing to be eaten.  780 more words

Sarah The Gardener

Cover Crop Options for Hot and Humid Areas (video)

Hot, humid areas need especially large and frequent inputs of organic matter to maintain soil fertility, yet standard cover crop recommendations don’t always work in these locations. 96 more words

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