Adventures on the micro farm: a discovery of knapweed https://finokoye.wordpress.com/2019/04/07/adventures-on-the-micro-farm-a-discovery-of-knapweed/ — Read on finokoye.wordpress.com/2019/04/07/adventures-on-the-micro-farm-a-discovery-of-knapweed/
To dig or not to dig https://welcometoplot194.wordpress.com/2019/04/14/to-dig-or-not-to-dig/ — Read on welcometoplot194.wordpress.com/2019/04/14/to-dig-or-not-to-dig/ An interesting discussion.
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Submitted by Jenna Ray University of Minnesota Morris editor/writer University of Minnesota, Morris students gathered more than 654 pounds of produce from the campus vegetable garden this harvest season at the University of Minnesota West Central Research and Outreach Center. Led by Garden to Dining Services liaison Peter Kvale of Duluth, the harvest represents another … Continue reading Kvale leads successful harvest at U of M Morris
By Cindy Conner Tags: winter gardening, season extension, Cindy Conner, Virginia Building low tunnels that are about 30 inches tall to protect your crops through weather that is outside of their comfort zone is fairly easy to do using plastic pipe and plastic sheeting. You will find directions for this at Homeplace Earth. The … Continue reading Securing Covers on Low Tunnels
A catalogues of vegetables Garlic is Chandran Chaliyakath’s big test this year. Their wiry, green stems grow out of a couple of plastic cans on his terrace. Last year, he harvested onions. “I got about 20 kgs,” says Chandran who makes metal grills and shutters for a living and grows vegetables for passion. In the … Continue reading Farm fresh from home
Green roofs produce food, cool buildings, and add a dash of color to the skyline. In the future, could they also generate electricity? That's the vision of Marjolein Helder and her Dutch startup Plant-e. Helder has developed a modular system that generates power from submerged plant roots. Eventually, it could power whole households, she says. … Continue reading These Green Roofs Are More Than Just A Garden, They’re Also A Power Plant
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