Recently a massive Snow storm hit the East Coast, In my neck of the woods we had over 36 inches of the white fluffy stuff. Lets just say that is a lot of snow to dig out of. One of the big lesson learned was to seek and listen...Read More: Farm IT – Snowy days – Time to Think Spring!
“What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have never been discovered.” ...Read More: Cultivating Thumbs of All Colors
Category: collaborative gardening, CrowdCropping, home gardening, marketplaces & regions, Uncategorized, urban gardening
In this mornings Washington post, a provoking article on a possible challenge to home gardeners… “Jackson County, Oregon, has just joined the small but growing ranks of “GE-free zones” in the U.S., which prohibit the cultivation of genetically engineered (GE) crops. It’s at least the eighth county in the...Read More: Genetically Safe gardens?
New Years Day 2016. Last night I was pleased to find some of my greens from the greenhouse were ready to harvest and put into a fabulous New Years Salad for my wife and I to enjoy. We had it with some store bought cucumbers and one of the...Read More: New Years Day – FarmIT with James Gorman
Aside from the time and energy required to grow a successful garden, one of the biggest challenges for all of us is the space, or lack thereof. One of the best solutions to the space problem (and even the time problem as well!) is the square foot gardening method. Developed...Read More: Square Foot Gardening
Category: collaborative gardening, CrowdCropping, FarmIT, home gardening, innovations and products, Uncategorized, urban gardening
Hi all! Thanks for the kind words Mike! I love the idea of miniroots.com. I am almost a 30 year veteran of IT, networks and telecom as well as a Navy Vet. I have spent more time that I want to inside dark cold datacenter rooms. I needed a...Read More: Farm IT, with James Gorman’s Farm