Garden Log

What skills to learn, what tools to get
Gilberto de Piento
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I ordered some seeds recently and I was just notified they shipped today. There is a farmers market nearby so I'm focusing on herbs mostly. Also some kale, peas, other things that are fun to grab out of the garden and incorporate into dinner.

sky
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Cornell Small Farms Online Course, free until 3/27:

https://smallfarms.cornell.edu/2020/03/ ... se-access/

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jennypenny
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Neversink farm is also offering their farming intensive course for free (as of this morning) ... https://www.neversinkcourses.com

@sky -- which cornell courses, if any, are you taking?

sky
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Vegetable Gardening I and II

guitarplayer
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sky wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 7:47 pm
Cornell Small Farms Online Course, free until 3/27:

https://smallfarms.cornell.edu/2020/03/ ... se-access/
Thanks so much sky! DW and I will be learning about cultivating mushrooms.

enigmaT120
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Ha yeah I intend to cultivate some mushrooms too.

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