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AN INTERVIEW with Gaye Trombley of Avalon Orchards in Innisfil Ontario who grows 17 varieties of apples. Freedom, Goldrush, Liberty, Novamac, Novaspy, Priscila, Pristine, Redfree are just a few mentioned apples that Gaye started planting from scratch many…
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July was busy with planting and sowing and growing…and enjoying of watching everything getting bigger and greener. We were adding compost , peat moss and water as much as the plants needed to get into the next stage of growing. After so many super hot…
Where Are We Now…
Where Are We Now…
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Our new test using tarp for weed control turned out to be a great success. After holding the tarp for about 2 months over our farming beds the soil was clean of weeds. After loosening the soil, watering, and adding compost both of us got our hands onto…
Our Farming in June…
Our Farming in June…
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This week we visited strawberries fields at an organic farm in Markham Ontario where we indulged ourselves picking local organic strawberries – yummy :-). Picking fruits by yourself is a fantastic opportunity to learn where the fruits are coming from and…
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It all starts with a clean local organic seed. Today we visited one of our favorite organic seed source. The seeds are local, the seeds are 100 % organic certified and it is called Urban Harvest. Urban Harvest provides farmers and gardeners with certified…
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We finally found them 🙂 The bee and the ladybug were hiding on this playground in Maple City 🙂 Both of us couldn’t resist not to stop for a moment to say halo and take a few photos with our favorite the ladybug which is one of the most beneficial insects…
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Even the roughest field can be turned into a farming filed. Last year we took on an assignment that turned out more than we have imagined. Eager to learn organic farming, we leased an unattended tough clay soil covered in unwanted weeds. In a few weeks…
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We love the Russian Mammoth and the birds, bees, and the deer loves it too. The Birds love all kinds of seeds and what we noticed they love the sunflower seeds even better. We found these pictures of our Organic Russian Mammoth Sunflowers from the 2017…
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Whether parked on the farm or traveling the Yukon it always feels right at home no matter where we go. Welcome to Organic Farmer’s Crib. Convenience, comfort, self sufficiency, independence are a few of the many amenities that come along with living in a…
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