Do you know who Warren Buffett is? Neither did I. I did recognize the name — I had heard it for years and was always given to understand that he is very, very rich. I recently investigated him in greater detail and found that he is — and I quote — a “magnate, businessman and […]
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In his book Science in Agriculture, author Arden B. Anderson sought to apply true, natural science to agriculture. Readers should gain a working knowledge of chemistry, physics, and plant biology as applied to agriculture; discover what weeds are communicating about your soil’s fertility needs; and learn how to design and implement a program to produce […]
The practice of growing food and raising livestock is a calling that urges us to become stronger and hardier. The variables present in natural systems can be overwhelming, and it is only those who are willing to face hard truths and adapt that can truly turn it into a lifestyle. From the outside, the natural […]
The book “Rebirth of the Small Family Farm” is a concise handbook for starting a successful organic farm based on the community-supported agriculture concept. The authors, Bonnie and Bob Gregson, illustrate how they – two self-described “middle-aged novices” – made a decent living on less than 2 acres of land. This is not just a […]
The 2019 Farming Evolution event will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, February 20 & 21, 2019. The Phillips County Event Center on the Fairgrounds just north of Holyoke, CO, will house the event. Speakers Christine Jones Christine Jones, a soil ecologist from Australia, will be the headline speaker. Over several decades, Jones has worked with […]
It is a big mistake to consider that just adding enough fertilizer to grow the crop is what determines soil fertility.