Lessons from an Organic Blueberry Farmer

I skipped class on Friday. I skipped class, packed my bags, and drove two and a half hours to WWOOF. WWOOF stands for World Wide Opportunities Through Organic Farms. It’s a website that connects people with farmers. In exchange for your volunteer work, they give you a place to stay and food. I went to […]

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many a time ago,a bird lived in a forest.It was strange to see the bird.Because he had two faces.As he walked through the forest,all the animals in the forest escaped. Ohh god,who is this?Ghost ghost,run away. No one in the forest passed by them.As a result,they had no friends.To say their friend is their other […]

Aquaponic Urban Farm Grows Vegetables through the Winter Snow

This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com today I have another exciting episode for you; I’m here in Cleveland, Ohio. Yes that’s where the Cleveland 351 Ford Motor Engine was made; I had a friend that had a Mustang with a Cleveland 351. Anyways, this is the first time I’ve been in Cleveland and I’m having […]

Maine company farms year-round using organiponics at UMaine’s Aquaculture Center

My name is Jeff Walls. I’m from Applied Ponic Technologies. Basically, what we’re trying to do is utilize organic nutrient sources to raise plants and get away from standard agricultural practices, which are largely petro-chemically based. What we’re using is fish and worms. We use the waste from both of those entities to grow our […]

Farm Monitor – January 4, 2020

[Announcer] This is Farm Monitor. For over 50-years, your source for agribusiness news and features from around the southeast and across the country, focusing on one of the nation’s top industries, Agriculture. The Farm Monitor is produced by one of the largest general farm organizations, the Georgia Farm Bureau. Now, here are your hosts, Ray […]

The Winter Greenhouse, grow in -40’C (2020)

Imagine taking the heat from the sun in the summer, storing it, and then using it to heat a greenhouse in the winter! Heating a greenhouse costs so much in Canada in the winter that it’s cheaper to truck food in from 1000’s of miles away. Trucked in food is chemically ripened and tastes horrible. […]

Cold Hardy Avocado Trees withstand 15 degrees & Edible Skin Avocados

This is John Kohler with growing your greens dot com. Today I have another exciting episode for you. I’m here on another field trip here in Houston, Texas. I’m on my vacation, but when I’m on vacation, I’m always researching new and exciting places to grow, or that you can grow at depending on where […]

Why Baboons Are the Best Tamarind Tree Farmers in Zambia

Monitoring for Thrips in Avocado Orchards

Hi, I’m Ben Faber. I’m a Farm Advisor here in Ventura [and] Santa Barbara counties, and we’re going to be talking about thrips. Specifically, pest thrips—avocado thrips and greenhouse thrips. [On-screen text: Avocado thrips] This is a really good time of year to look for avocado thrips, because it’s in flowering and this is when […]