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What are GMOs? Are you avoiding them because someone said they’re bad, or do you actually know what they entail? The Issue of Misinformation Did you know you can now buy GMO-free hummus? When I saw the ad, I gave … Continue reading
Almost three years after the blog began, Ames Family Farm is moving into the future. Continue reading
I’ve already blogged about one of the easiest crops to grow, Swiss chard. Now here’s the other: garlic. Cultivated since ancient times, garlic receives mention in the Book of Numbers in the Old Testament. Many cultures developed their own varieties, … Continue reading
Today I arrived back from my vacation, and harvested my Blue Jade corn. I was worried that my corn would pass its prime while I was in Idaho, and it did. It was still edible, but a bit chewy and … Continue reading
They call it chicken math. It’s basically the justification chicken lovers use when they buy more chicks. How many straight run chicks should you buy if you want eight laying hens? How much room do you need? Two square feet … Continue reading
We don’t get rain very often, so we sure welcome it. As long as the ambient temperature is over 38 degrees, the seedlings stay outside and soak up the nitrogen. Some of my plants have doubled in the past three … Continue reading
Today, my husband worked on the sprinklers. He didn’t quite get them going, but the ducks sure enjoyed the process.