When Amy 1st started micro farming, she couldn’t imagine planting anything in the fall. Turns out that many grains are sown in the fall. Winter wheats, barleys & ryes are just in the ground now in the Northeast. Others already inches above the ground
Dianna updates us on her 2012 Wheat Harvest, the best so far, and how her family harvested, threshed and milled the soft wheat. Dianna also shares information on the gluten-content soft v. hard wheat w/ a bonus recipe for crackers.
The Best Tomato is a big claim so let me give it credence. San Marzanos are: prolific, sweet, plum sized,disease resistant, less seedy than most,
indeterminate (continuous producers),heirloom (open pollinated) and above all excellent for canning.
Let’s face it, when you have a flock of chickens, you’re rollin’ in the eggs. I have flock of 14 hens. In a typical day, one’s broody, one’s molting, and a couple of others are otherwise takin’ the day off. I’m still collecting about 10 eggs per day.