Cover Crops Conference
MOUNT OLIVE, North Carolina – Increasing the health of your soil can be as simple as employing cover crops. Join the Center for Environmental Farming Systems at University of Mount Olive July 18 and 19 to learn all about cover crops and the best ones to grow in the South. Be sure to catch the demonstrations that will be taking place on Tuesday at Cherry Research Farm in Goldsboro to see how cover crops benefit the soil. Learn more at the Center for Environmental Farming Systems.
Discover Uncommon Berries: Saskatoon, Honeyberry, Gooseberry and Currant
Saskatoons grow as a bush, and they’re pretty tolerant of conditions. Photo by Holly Stockley Summer means berry season, and U-pick farms abound offering strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries. But there are some new kids on the block offering new flavors and extending the season by ripening before even strawberries. And there are also some old-fashioned […]
Mangel-wurzels, a large root vegetable, easily break-up the soil, tilling for you, and make delicious salads, pickles, in addition to being healthy livestock feed.
Grow Truffles in the United States
Learn about the best trees and natural conditions for growing black, white and burgundy truffles.