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Hydroponic salad and herbs
It's working great, can we switch to organic hydroponics??
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Gardening techniques
Organics, Biodynamics, High Brix, Nutrient Dense, Reams ...
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Organic brambles
ATTRA pub on growing organic berries
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Drought-quenching bacteria
NAU study finds drought-quenching bacteria protect plants from climate stress
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Cover Crops
What is best for the Southwest
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High Brix -- Nutrient Dense
In vineyards growers have been using brix measurements to determine when to pick grapes for a long time. Brix is now also associated with nutrient density and a refractometer is an inexpensive way to determine how your fruit and veggies are doing.
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Gypsum for calcareous soil
Do the fizz test to determine whether you have calcareous soil.
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USDA - NRCS
Grants for organic farmers
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Downy mildew
One of our watermelons has these yellow spots
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Why not to use synthetic nitrogen (Miracle Grow)
"A group of scientists at University of Illinois says that research from the Morrow Plots, the oldest research plots in the country, is indicating a decline in soil carbon from the use of synthetic N fertilization. ... Applications of humates will not only increase soil carbon levels, but will improve water retention, drainage, soil tilth and nutrient retention. Humates also provide a healthy substrate for beneficial soil microbes."
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Jon Frank (IAL - Reams) email series on foliar feeding
FREE courses: Growing a Garden for Optimal Nutrition -- Introduction to Biological Agriculture -- Foliar Feeding Plants
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Spectrum Analytics explaining calcium
While we have LOTS of calcium, most is not available due to our high pH
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Biodynamics: Rudolf Steiner Archives
Biodynamics is the oldest “green” farming movement and focuses on a healthy balance of animals (livestock), crops and wild plants without the use of toxins. Somewhat esoteric, with special preparations and planting, cultivation and harvest schedules based on the moon, planets and constellations.
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Nitrogen fixing microbes
Inexpensive, but does it work in our high pH desert soils?
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