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25 Jul 2012, 14:14
Random farming question .... if a combine harvester harvesting corn runs
over a football, will it break the combine ? Or ruin the harvest ?
23 May 2012, 16:49
Help! My hubby tilled under my new rhubarb plants thinking them weeds.
These were gifts from a friend who will visit us later in the year. Can you
tell me where I might buy replacements? I'm in a pickle.
22 Aug 2011, 23:46
I have a hen who wants to be a mama so badly...she is setting on non
fertile eggs. I need a rooster or fertile eggs. Can you help? I will
gladly pay you. Thank you.
bronti age 13 california
07 Jul 2011, 00:06
hi farmer jason! my names bronti. my five year old cousin, my boyfriend,
and i want to live on a farm in tennessee when we get older. we are
thinking of getting 2 pigs, 4 goats, 3 cows, 7 chickens, and two horses
and i read the Q&As before my question and i decided we should grow
tomatoes, yellow crookneck zucchini, beets, radishes, green beans, and
maybe an apple tree or two. since sauteed squash, panfried steak, and a
salad would be a fine meal, i was wondering if lettuce would be good to
grow too. and i would be very grateful if you could give me some advice on
where fertile areas are! thanks for taking the time to read my question!
23 Feb 2011, 21:42
Farmer jason, I am wanting to start my first garden this year in warren
county. What would you recommend me planting in my first garden?
14 Feb 2011, 18:41
I am thinking of buying 30 acres of fairly flat land on top of South
Pittsburg Mountain. Looks like red clay. Will I be able to grow anything
15 Nov 2010, 12:59
why would you plant corn and lettuce on your farm
21 Jul 2010, 12:26
Thanks for helping so many people with your great knowledge Farmer Jason.
I have a quick question about worm castings and organic farming. When
using worm compost/castings on veggies and herbs, do the inputs (food
scraps and the rest) need to be organic in order for the worm castings to
be considered organic?
I love my worm composting bin, which takes up little space in my small
house/deck, and I would love to incorporate the casting and black tea into
my first organic gardening attempt. Thanks so much!
neele, 5 years old, germany
26 Nov 2009, 10:15
say hi to petunia-
love their "singing" to PUNK ROCK SKUNK-
are pigs suitable animals for gardening?!
all the best, neele
Randall & Mary
25 Nov 2009, 06:09
We recently moved to the area and have approx. 3 acres of farmable land. I
read artciles about, goats, farmers markets, llamas and bees and tons of
other interesting information. But once a person decides what it is they
wish to grow or raise, how does one go about marketing the critter or the
crop to try and compensate for the effort and expense. Bottom line is we
don't expect to make much money, but are we expecting too much to think our
small piece of God's earth can help pay for itself?
20 Jun 2009, 12:23
corn, wheat, tobacco, soy beans, cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers, brocoli,
squash, butternut squash, watermelons. Mainly though big farmers here who
are growing for money are growing tobacco & corn or soy beans. Hope this
20 Jun 2009, 11:54
What crops are traditionally grown in middle TN? What are some
06 Jun 2009, 15:07
Farmer Jason, I live in Springfield, TN & I am very interested in organic
eating and farming. I have been looking for places that I can buy organic
food & unfortunately have been laughed at and unlucky in my endeavors.
Where can I buy organic food in Robertson Co. TN? Thanks!