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Our approach to soil preparation for high water infiltration

Creating a deep living soil brings numerous benefits to our market garden, from boosting water infiltration to enhancing plant health. Here’s how we achieve record water infiltration in...

Level Up with our Top Tips for Growing Award-Winning Microgreens.

At Roebuck Farm, we’ve honed our process for growing top-quality microgreens, recently earning another medal at the Outstanding Food Producers Awards, this time for our radish microgreens. Thanks...

Our best hacks for improving your salad harvester

Quick Cut Greens Harvester Hacks: Boost Your Harvest Efficiency If you’re serious about harvesting salad greens efficiently, you know that having the right tools and techniques can make...

Efficient Harvesting Techniques: Mizuna with the Salad Greens Harvester

In our latest YouTube clip, we’re sharing our experience harvesting Mizuna with the Salad Greens Harvester. Over the years, we’ve refined our process to maximize efficiency and yield,...

How MIXING produce is LEAN + why this MATTERS

We process all our non-salad produce, with the exception of summer fruits, at our outdoor wash and pack station. We use the blue spray gun from Terratec, suspended...

Our Tricks to Harvesting Pea Shoots

Pea shoots grown in the field are a fast growing, high-value cover crop with the added financial bonus of the first growth harvested as delicious shoots. We use...

Why PEA SHOOTS grown in the field are a win for profitability + sustainability

A crop equally celebrated by us as producers, by consumers and by the soil are the delicious Pea Shoots. A great cover crop that gives financial return on...

Manage stress to seedlings + your body while repetitive transplanting

Growing lettuce in a high rainfall climate presents challenges of bottom rot and dirty lettuce after heavy rainfall. Our new greenhouse has given us many new benefits, including...

Massively extend the shelf life of your produce this way

The packaging stage happens after planting, harvesting and washing. It is in this final opportunity for presentation that represents you whether at a farmers market, retail supermarket or...

How to win at making your own seed-raising mix on a market garden scale

The compost sifter was the first infrastructure we made on the farm! We make all of our propagation mix and micro greens medium, using the sifter. Key aspects...
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