We’re back at Kraken Gardens for an update. Good progress in the garden and great conversation. We’re talking about gardening and we even get into some life-the-universe-and-everything stuff. OCGFam.com
Christopher and the guys downstairs have been doing a side-by-side experiment. Nectar for the Gods on both sides and Fullon on one side to see how Fullon can improve a Nectar Grow. Huge shoutout to the crew at Oregon’s Constant Gardener and the amazing #NectarFam!!!
What a great day! Pig Farmer from Heroes of the Farm, Tim McCormick from Cultured Biologix and Rob Christiansen from Fullonwere here for Green Room Live, and a whole lot of the NectaFam, as well as Scott Ostrander, founder of Nectar for the Gods and Pat Pooler, founder of Heroes of the Farm, spoke from the …Read More
It was an honor to be invited to discuss our Full On nano biostimulant at Oregon’s Constant Gardener Green Room Live!! Thanks for watching!
by Farm Press Staff, Total organic product sales by U.S. farms and ranches showed substantial growth over the last few years, increasing 83 percent since 2007, according to the 2012 Census of Agriculture. In January, NASS will launch its 2014 Organic Survey to gauge increasing organic interest among consumers, producers, and businesses. To learn more about …Read More
By Barbara Pleasant, In almost any climate, the best time to start most tomato seeds is six to eight weeks before your average last spring frost. This tried-and-true schedule provides juicy tomatoes by high summer, but many gardeners and cooks become impatient for sun-ripened tomatoes earlier. You can satisfy this premature tomato craving by learning how …Read More
by Spencer Miller, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Oregon organic farmer David Brown didn’t start off growing 400-pound pumpkins, but every fall they hold a prominent place on Brown’s Mustard Seed Farms. Starting out as a 26-acre farm in Marion County, Oregon, Brown has grown his diverse, organic operation to 80-acres while also achieving large gains …Read More
By Dr. Mercola, If you’re passionate about your health, you ultimately will reach the conclusion that the quality of the food you eat in large part determines your health. You need nutrient-dense, non-GMO or non-glyphosate contaminated foods to stay healthy. You can purchase organic from the store but this is typically shipped long- distance, and …Read More
By STEPHANIE STROM, The United States Department of Agriculture plans to announce Monday that it will spend $52 million to support local and regional food systems like farmers’ markets and food hubs and to spur research on organic farming. The local food movement has been one of the fastest growing segments of the business, as consumers …Read More
by Angela O’Callaghan/Desert Gardening, The beginning of fall is the time for garden cleanup. Tomato plants might have a few fruits that could be coddled until temperatures drop into the fifties, but other than that, its time to spruce up the garden and prepare for the next growing season, which can begin as early as mid-October. …Read More