• TALKING TOOLS with Jonathan Dysinger of Farmer’s Friend LLC

    TALKING TOOLS with Jonathan Dysinger of Farmer’s Friend LLC

    Talking about tools with the creator of the Quick Cut Greens Harvester, Jonathan Dysinger. SUB: http://bit.ly/2d7dQgd POPULAR VIDEOS: http://bit.ly/2cmcFLe ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ CLICK “SHOW MORE” FOR RESOURCES ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ Harvester here: http://bit.ly/1W3nLGb Caterpillar Tunnel here: http://bit.ly/2gItRNf 1 Day Workshop: http://bit.ly/2cziu7v Donate: http://theurbanfarmer.co/support/ My…

  • IN FOCUS – 5 Earth Moving Tools Every Small Farmer Needs

    IN FOCUS – 5 Earth Moving Tools Every Small Farmer Needs

    SUB: http://bit.ly/2d7dQgd POPULAR VIDEOS: http://bit.ly/2cmcFLe ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ CLICK “SHOW MORE” FOR RESOURCES ↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓↓ 1 Day Workshop http://theurbanfarmer.co/product/profitable-urban-farming-1-day-online-workshop/ Donate: http://theurbanfarmer.co/support/ My online course: www.profitableurbanfarming.com My book: www.theurbanfarmer.co Theme music composed by Curtis Stone and performed by Dylan Ranney. facebook.com/GreenCityAcres twitter.com/GreenCityAcres _______________________ FARM…

  • How to Build a Fruit Tree Guild

    A guild is a grouping of plants that supports a central element—such as a fruit tree—for maximum harvest and use of space. Learn more about this permaculture technique for creating a low-maintenance system that also improves biodiversity. Posts may contain…

  • Using Weeds to Read the Soil: Some Basic Concepts to Get Started

    Using Weeds to Read the Soil: Some Basic Concepts to Get Started April 14, 2017by Jonathon Engels Weeds are becoming a more and more appreciated component of gardening. We have been reintroduced to eating the weeds, with things like dandelion…

  • How to grow Cauliflower, cruciferous

    Cauliflower Cauliflower is a cool-season crop and a offspring of the frequent cabbage. If you plant to effort rising cauliflower in the home garden, it require time after time cool temperatures with temperatures in the 60 s. The soil pH…

  • Tips for Terrific Tomatoes, from Soil Prep to Staking

    Plump, sun-ripened tomatoes are indisputably the crown jewel of home vegetable gardens, and a successful tomato crop means giving them the best start possible. As with everything, getting the most out of your tomatoes is all about preparation. Joining us…

  • Arid land to a fertile Eden: permaculture lessons from Portugal

    The land undulates upwards into gentle hills, cradling nooks of fertile terraces growing sweetcorn, sunflowers and tomatoes, before rolling down into tranquil lakes. It looks like a natural Edenic paradise on earth. But 20 years ago this land was arid…

  • How Soil Type Affects Land Values

    A farm’s greatest asset is its land. If you’re considering buying land with an ag land loan, looking into the land’s soil type is an important step in determining the worth of the property. It’s also an indicator of how…

  • How Soil Type Affects Land Values

    A farm’s greatest asset is its land. If you’re considering buying land with an ag land loan, looking into the land’s soil type is an important step in determining the worth of the property. It’s also an indicator of how…

  • Permaculture Puts Organic Gardening on Autopilot

    BY: TIM O’NEAL Organic food and farming have seen a huge increase over the past ten years, and for good reason. Farming and gardening techniques that use fewer harmful, synthetic fertilizers and pesticides are better for the environment and better…

  • Fertilizing Corn In The Home Garden: An Organic Approach

    As garden crops go, corn is among the heaviest feeders. To support tall growth and good ear formation, corn crops often need supplemental additions of nitrogen; there’s typically not enough of this nutrient available in garden soils to support such…

  • Vegetables – Grow top-quality carrots

    Carrots are important root crops in commercial and home gardens for vegetable production. Here are some pointers for cultivating them. Carrots (Daucus carota) are members of the Apaceae family and are grown for the edible root, which can be eaten…

  • How to Prevent Late Blight in Your Garden

    How to Prevent Late Blight in Your Garden by | Gardening | 3 years ago I had big plans. I spent hours planting over 300 tomato seeds. I watered, I turned, I transplanted. I spent a week digging 300 holes…

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