Nick Watkins wrote:Glad I wasn't the only one working on the garden during that amazing reprieve!
Nick Watkins wrote: thaw the soil out enough to plant on the next warmish day. "It's crazy enough to work!" I said.
Monday came and I was delighted to find that the soil was a balmy 40 degrees 8" down! Good enough for garlic, good enough for me! Hopefully this year is as productive as last year, my first year growing garlic.
Steve Taylor wrote:We really like this method of mushroom cultivation vs the drilled logs and plugs. It seems to have the most long term upside.
What do you think Permies?
We found their video tutorials very helpful. I'm excited to incorporate agro forestry into our farm.
We also decided on a name for our farm. Check us out at https://www.3redbarns.com
Nick Watkins wrote:
I like name for the farm and the little site you have going there. Were the structures there when you moved in?
Were you looking to do this on your property? It makes me wish I had my place out in the woods already!
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