Category Archives: Biointensive

It is Time to Think About Your Seed Order

The old year has not even ended…why should you think about your seed order now? Well, for several reasons. The first is that there has been a resurgence of home gardening to rival the victory gardens of WWII and there … Continue reading

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The Pressures of Gardening

Yes, that’s right, the pressures of gardening, not the pleasures… The warm weather this spring has given me a small but constant case of the anxious willies.  I started seeds that needed an early start a long time ago but … Continue reading

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Transplant to Save Seed and Time

This last January I attended an all day seminar with John Jeavons wherein he delineated his system of bio-intensive growing.  One of the things he talked about was planting seeds in flats and transplanting the seedlings into the garden.  The … Continue reading

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A Bit About Biointensive

Scientists now are finding genetic markers that suggest that humans have been planting and harvesting crops for possibly  tens of thousands of years longer than previously thought. Our long ago ancestors had to deal with the same factors we do, … Continue reading

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