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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...

Growing BEANS + stacking LEAN

This season with a new greenhouse and production we can grow many vegetables that used to get annihilated outdoors such as pole beans. We are using four drip...

Streamlining the CUCUMBER harvest process + the QLIPR SYSTEM

This week we are looking at cucumber management, peak season harvest techniques and equipment. We use the round-nosed serrated Victornox knife for harvest available everywhere, and a Ryset...

Washing Salad in the Bubbler at Roebuck Farm

Today we are washing salads in our stainless steel bubbler. Our RECENT POST covered the design and specs. The goal is for the salad to move by itself...

How to build speed, efficiency + consistency into your microgreen harvesting

Years back we picked up a great method of harvesting micro greens using the Quick-Cut Greens Harvester. Jeremy Mueller from Common Place farm in Oregon was the first...

EASY HACKS to improve your DIRECT SEEDER

I hear from farmers that all farm innovation comes from on farm. We’ve modified all our tools over the years here’s some changes we have made to our...

Approaches we are using in the new greenhouse

We tour our new greenhouse which has been12 months in the making. It is a 400m² high-wind Redpath design. We have planned 20 beds that are 15.5 m...
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