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We plant our bulbs in one of two ways: in the ground or in bulb crates. Sounds simple, but figuring out the right...

What if I told you this fall you could plant Dutch shallots, and harvest perfect overwintered scallions at the end of...

Whether growing vegetables for market or your own table, succession planting is an important part of planning. You...

There are several species of beans, which do not cross-breed. Here I will be talking about  Phaseolus vulgaris,...

In the June/July issue, I wrote about garlic harvest and curing. Everything is connected, of course, and the summer...

Garlic is a high-value crop and a heavy feeder. It needs full sun and a good range of available nutrients. Planting...

There is an Old Russian saying taped above my desk that reads, “The worst disaster is a full harvest.”...

Spring has always been my favorite season, so loaded with promise and possibility. By March the phone has begun to...

The longer we have been farming, the more I have learned about specific varieties of flowers that I want, as well as...

The success of the fall garden depends on two key factors:Getting those cool-loving plants to germinate and grow...