In This Issue
This thriving 155-acre organic farm in Vermont grows more than 100 cultivars each year, hosts live events, and manages profitable, related side businesses.
Although consumers are demanding, and getting more organic produce options, growers are grappling with fundamental questions.
One springtail species is targeting germinating seeds, impacting seedling growth.
What is most effective in suppressing weeds and increasing yield — no till cover crop, row till, or conventional till?
Full Moon Farm’s Rachel Nevitt and David Zuckerman live, work, and manage together in a small town outside of Burlington, VT.
From animal housing to tillage, USDA’s NRCS has you covered.
The predators are already getting results in vineyards and orchards. Research is showing they’re just as effective in vegetable and fruit fields.
Full Moon Farm provides Vermont’s Lieutenant Governor, David Zuckerman, and his wife, Rachel Nevitt, creative outlets and the freedom to pursue their passions.
David Zuckerman and his wife own Full Moon Farm in Vermont, which sits on 155 acres. Hear his thoughts on how politics is a lot like growing.
Matt Springer, University of Kentucky Extension Agent, discusses the latest techniques for controlling deer, including deterrents, fencing, and hunting.
A major debate is roiling the organic growing industry. Since hydroponically grown plants do not include soil, should they be able to earn organic certification?
The popular short-form presentations address the future of food production.