Tag: gardening

Day in the Life of Ryerson Urban Farm

[THE MORNING AFTER BY BAD SNACKS] The Ryerson urban farm is a quarter-acre rooftop farm on the George Vari Engineering and Computing centre We harvest for our harvest share members the farmers market good food center and the chefs here at Ryerson eats Here in Toronto. There is a green roof by-law So every new […]

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Dead Bees – Neversink Farm Life

The other day, I was hanging out with my seven year old daughter and she was telling me that when she gets older she’s not going to see me. “So why won’t you see me?’ She side”Well you’re not going to be here but I can visit your grave.” I think I was more struck […]

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Neversink Farm Life – Turnip and Radish Salad

How is it going? Can we go to the river? I was going to go to the river later if you want to go. yeah they looked a little like carrots. but you know they’re fennel did you smell it? They don’t smell the same. yeah they don’t smell the same. Can you hold this, […]

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Grow a Mushroom Mini Farm Kit in Your Kitchen any Time of Year

This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com. Today I have a very exciting episode for you. I’m here in San Francisco, California outside the Ferry building. It’s the Ferry building where all the Ferries come in. I mean this building was built in 1896 to be exact. What they’ve done over the years is basically take […]

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Potential For Abundance? (Gardening collab with Roots and Refuge Farm)

Hello, today I’m continuing to look at how to plan a better garden. I’m Liz Zorab and this is Byther Farm. This video is a collaboration with Jess over at Roots and Refuge Farm and if you’re not familiar with Jess, well, she’ll introduce herself. Hi I’m Jess and this is Roots and Refuge Farm. […]

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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 […]

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Eating Seasonally | What Can Be Harvested In January (2020)

Hello, it’s another cool, in fact it’s a frosty, morning but I’m out here, gonna harvest some vegetables so that I can do some cooked from scratch ready meals. I’m Liz Zorab and this is Byther Farm. When I was looking through the freezer the other day, I noticed that we’ve got lots of basic […]

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Starting a Family Farm. The Barn pt. 13

you said we couldn’t do it. They call us crazy nobody starts a farm anymore. We weren’t gonna listen this is C.F.F. and I got something for you to look at! Good morning friends and welcome back we are getting so close to wrapping up this barn build in about two months we are gonna […]

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Angel Valley Organic Farm: Central Texas Gardener

>>THESE DAYS PET CHICKENS ENTERTAIN JO AND JOHN DWYER WHEN THEY’RE NOT AT WORK. AND SINCE THEY STARTED ANGEL VALLEY ORGANIC FARM, THE ONLY CLOCK THEY WATCH IS THE ULTIMATE TIME KEEPER, THE WEATHER, TO GET THEIR HAND GROWN ORGANIC FOOD TO EAGER CUSTOMERS ON TIME FOR THEIR WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY MARKETS. IN 1995 THEY […]

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Changes In The Market Garden | Farm Vlog (2020)

(Sound of turkeys calling) Hello, my plan today is to dismantle the brassica cage that’s behind me here. And if I can, I’ll be taking it down completely. I’ll be reusing the netting and reusing the chicken wire that’s in it and reusing the wood that makes the frame. I want to clear this space […]

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