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About Amaranth and Quinoa- Both of these plants were among the super crops of the...
 
Asparagus- does not like excessive heat... 
 
Crop Record Keeping- This form can be used to help you record what, where and how your garden is doing...
 
Cover & Compost Crops: How to Choose one- For what plant and how much to use is very important in the use of compost fertilizer...
 
 
 
 
Gopher Control- Gophers can be a real nuisance in gardens, but there are a number of nontoxic measures to be tried.
 
 
Grow your own Organic Cotton- First and formost prepare your soil. Cotton should be planted in well prepared...
 
 
Medieval Plants- We do offer Seakale in our catalog. One of our seed packers has done some research on...
 
Oats- Harvesting Oat Grain: Mature oats are 2-5 feet high depending on the variety and soil fertility. Oats are harvested...
 
Onions- Which Onion Variety is best for me? The size of the bulb depends upon the...
 
 
 
 
Pest Management- Squash bugs
 
Cover Crop for Your Region- Picking the right cover crop by Bioregion and purpose is important.
 
Rice Growing- The following simple directions are intended to allow you to grow and harvest your own organic...
 
Rhubarb-Rhubarb is a perennial vegetable that grows well in most of...
 
Sorghum Varieties- This Information Sheet from Ecology Action should give you the information you are looking for.
 
Garden Symphylan Information- The garden symphylan, Scutigerella Immaculata is an occasional pest of greenhouses...
 
Threshing, Cleaning information- Kamut can be threshed by hand but it is not real easy. If you have a...
 
 
Vegetable Planting Guide- This vegetable seed chart will furnish you with all the information you need to plant and build...
 
Wheat/Grains- A typical family uses about a bushel  (60lbs.) of wheat a year...