This is the written recap of the Slow Food USA's Garden Campaign, Plant a Seed: Food for Change, Townhall Call on Preparing Your Three Sisters Garden. It took place March 15, 2018 with presenters Stephen and Cindy Scott, co-owners of Terroir Seeds/Underwood Gardens in Tucson, AZ and Clark Harshbarger, Resource Soil Scientist with the Natural Resource Conservation Service.
This seedbank has over 1,800 types of heirloom seeds and a knowledgeable support staff too.
OSA is offering farmers a way to learn how to conduct their own on-farm variety trials with their latest publication.
Adding rich mineral sources to your gardens will improve your health - and it may be easier than you think.
There are many advantages of home-grown sweet potato slips over purchased ones: you can produce as many slips as you want, when you want them, and have spares in case of casualties. Here's our straight-forward system for growing sturdy slips.
Take matters into your own hands and pollinate your garden on your own with this hand pollination guide.
Save money on new plants by using your own plant cuttings to regenerate your garden.
Understand the importance of light for your indoor plants and learn what type of light your plants prefer most.
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