This group is designed for individuals that are interested in building a business around gardening, landscaping, and "growing" something.
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The Webinar went well especially considering the short notice. Thinking of rolling that into a low-cost "Soil Prepper's Guide" of sorts.
Damon, it's in the 80s here. Cooling off tomorrow. How'd your seminar go?
Matt: That's a lot of tomatoes. I think 75 was my high water mark.
Jeremy: Had to start my worm project over. Chickens knocked over my worm bin. A massacre ensued. Happy chickens, though. Anyway, the wigglers are in safe, happy new digs.
Nice to see everyone's updates. Love this time of year.
Like everyone else, still getting garden in. My surgery set me way back. I'm only now getting up to speed. Still not allowed to lift over 35 lbs. Baby animals everywhere; goats, pigs, rabbits. Freezer will be full this winter. Plus, we have a new USDA processor an hour away, so we can sell retail now. Yay.
I hear ya. Same here. Just now getting much of the garden in.
WOW Matt, that's a lot of tomatoes! You'll have to let us know how things "grow" in your high tunnel.
Sorry, I have been away from the group. Super, super business. Damon, it was in the upper 80's here today. HOT! I'm finally getting the garden planted. I am behind this year but then again, so are all of the farmers in my area. Too much rain this spring to get to work in the garden. And, the pastures are not growing as quickly as they need too. I've also had a couple sick goats due to heavy worm loads which again, comes from too much rain. Anyways, getting everyone settled and thinking I might just caught up.
What temperature is it in your neck of the woods?
I transplanted 106 tomato plants in my high tunnel yesterday. 44 more to go. Looking forward to this first of year of high tunnel farming.
Yes they did Damon. I think that was there favorite part! I hope to have pictures put up on my business FB site this evening.
That's great news, Jeremy. Did they get a chance to touch the worms?
Had alot of fun on Thursday. Did my first class on vermicomposting to preschoolers. It went exceptionally well and they loved the worms!
About to do my first Webinar: Three Proven Ways to Prep Your Soil for Spring Gardening. Wish me luck.
Sheri, let us know how your classes go, been praying.
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