Farmers Write is an opportunity for EFAO members and friends to share real-life short stories on topics inspired by life as a farmer.
As part of EFAO’s No-Till Vegetable Trials, Ken Laing is looking at four treatments to compare different methods for rapid regeneration of soil health for vegetable production.
The no-till transplanter is an important tool in EFAO’s No-Till Vegetable Trials to show that no-till techniques can be successfully employed on a larger scale (>3 acre +) using machinery that is currently available.
To maintain strong populations of hoary squash bees on your farm next year and the following years, plant at least an acres of pumpkin or squash on your farm.
With current restrictions on gatherings and social distancing protocols in place, we will be offering events in new formats for the foreseeable future.
Around two and a half years ago at an EFAO conference of 2017, a group of farmers along with a couple of scientists from the University of British Columbia embarked on a project. The aim of this project was to identify the technology needs of our farming community and to work together to develop a solution to meet those needs. Now the app has launched!