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  • Greenhouse Holler – Week of March 23rd

    This season I’ve had two big problems – the downy mildew in the greenhouse and poor germination for our direct seeded crops. Our direct seeded+…

  • Greenhouse Holler – This Year

    This year, we are trying an early planting of tomatoes, specifically one Canadian heirloom variety called Sophie’s Choice — a determinate, high-yielding red orange tomato.+…

  • Greenhouse Holler! — Week of January 12th

    One aspect of farming that never ceases to entertain me is the ingenuity seen on organic farms. Farming is expensive — from the soil amendments+…

  • Greenhouse Holler — If Weeds Could Talk

    The more I farm, the more I develop a love-hate relationship with weeds. I think the hate part is self-explanatory but the love part may+…

  • Greenhouse Holler — Week of November 2nd

    I like knowing botanical names for crops so I started looking them up and I found that many vegetables we eat come from the same+…

  • Greenhouse Holler — Meet Andrea

    It was pointed out to me that I forgot to introduce myself. My name is Andrea and I started at Suzie’s as the Greenhouse and+…

  • Greenhouse Holler — Week of September 15th

    One aspect of plants that never ceases to amaze me is their will to live. I cannot tell you how many times I have walked+…

  • Greenhouse Holler

    Whether you like it sweet or hot I have news for you. Peppers . . . yes, the wonderful varieties of them that Suzie’s is+…

  • Greenhouse Holler — In Praise of the Onion

    Behold the humble onion! It makes us laugh, it makes us cry, it changes our lives! All the plants we farm and eat have followed+…

  • Greenhouse Holler — Ecosystems

    Hey there everyone! This month in the Greenhouse Holler we’re going to discuss the ecosystem of the greenhouses with a special emphasis on lizards. We+…

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