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Learn how to dehydrate your backyard harvest and create produce-packed dishes that make summer flavors a year-round affairs.
There always comes a time when I can't pay anyone to take another zucchini. That’s about the time every summer that I start dehydrating my extra produce. Although the frontrunners of...
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You can't always judge an apple by its color
Apples mature over a long period of time, depending on the cultivar. Some are ready now, others are weeks out. When to pick apples depends on if you’re going to eat them right away or store...
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Everything you need to know to grow your own tomatoes this year!
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Learn about dry farming and how one walnut orchard in Paso Robles, California created its own brand.
Learn about dry farming and how one walnut orchard in Paso Robles, California created its own distinguished brand.
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Seven safety tips to keep in mind during harvest and throughout the year.
Seven safety tips to keep in mind during harvest and throughout the year.
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Looking for something to do this Labor Day? Here are some ideas on how to spend your extra long weekend!
Looking for something to do this Labor Day? Here are some ideas on how to spend your extra long weekend!
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Know when to harvest veggies in your garden with these tips from Michigan State University Extension.
Know when to harvest your garden veggies with these tips from Michigan State University Extension.
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You need a quick, efficient way to clean the harvest
When the veggies come out of the garden, they have to be rinsed off. The easiest way to do it is to build a produce washing station close to where they’re growing. It helps prevent a mess in...
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Take the family out on a mouth-watering berry-picking adventure
Wild berries grow all over the United States, ranging from raspberries and blueberries, to gooseberries and currants. Toss them into your mouth seconds after picking or bring them home to make jams,...
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You don't need your own machinery to bring in the crop
It’s a huge investment to buy farm machinery for harvesting hay and other crops. Some landowners decide it’s not worth it to spend a ton of money on and maintain a piece of equipment they...

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