Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Vegetable farming. Get inspired and try out new things.
If you find yourself struggling to try to figure out how much to plant per person in the garden for a year's worth of food - look no further.
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Farmland, vegetable field is growing on a variety of vegetables,
What exactly is biodynamic farming? This post breaks down the benefits, as well as the differences between biodynamic farming and organic farming!
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Eight key lessons learned about no-till farming after 2+ seasons of using the deep mulch system. Learn how to adopt no-till farming techniques yourself!
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Without machinery, is farming the ultimate workout?!
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Wide rows help you grow more food and take full advantage of limited vegetable garden space. Learn how to garden using a wide-row layout.
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Growing vegetables and raising animals for market on a small acreage is doable … and profitable. Photo By Lorain Ebbett-Rideout Free-range chickens roam in the grass. Photo By Nathan Winters Pigs help plow soil. Photo By Nathan Winters Organic heirloom tomatoes ready for CSA shares. Photo By Nathan Winters Four years ago, I left behind
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Would you believe it’s possible to grow 60,000lbs of organic fruits and veggies per acre? According to Urbanhomestead.org they can produce approximately 3 tons of food annually (2009) on only 1/10 of an acre in their urban yard. If conditions are ideal, scaling this method up could result in a tremendous amount of food per acre. #urbanfarm #urbanfarming #organicfarm #organicgardening
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Discover 40 genius space saving ideas for your garden. Get creative with these brilliantly clever projects.
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Meet Vera Fabian and Gordon Jenkins—they're organic vegetable farmers and our newest contributors.
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