When you pick organic at the farmer's market or grocery store, what does that mean about the field where the food was grown?
Ready to cut out toxic, persistent pesticides and try some family friendly methods in your family garden this year?
Are you already farming but ready to convert some fields to organic growing?
Researchers and organic growers are sharing what works, from soil fertility to pest management and more at this year's Organic Crops Field Tour at the University of Tennessee. The day-long event is set for Wednesday, April 24.
You can pregister and find more information here
In May on FlourSackMama.com
, meet a researcher helping find the best conditions for growing more organic staples in the South.
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