Gardening

New Year's Gardening Resolutions 2015

New Year's Gardening Resolutions 2015

All of us at DripWorks want to wish you a very Happy New Year and hope for a year of normal weather patterns with more rainfall for the many drought stricken areas all over the United States. Our resolutions cover landscape, fruit tree growing, and vegetable gardening.

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Putting Your Garden to Bed

Putting Your Garden to Bed

Like most everything, having a successful garden takes planning. Preparing your garden or landscape for the cold months of winter is essential for the vegetable beds and the ornamental flowering plants to come next Spring and Summer. With the winter rains finally arriving here at DripWorks, that time has come.

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Red Acre Farm CSA

Red Acre Farm CSA

This is the story of Sara Patterson, an energetic nineteen-year-old who has been farming in rural Utah for five years. She sells fruit, vegetables, meat, cheese, and eggs, all of which she raises. Hers is the story of a small family farm, a community supported agriculture farm, and how it can fit into today's world.

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Cover Your Assets - Part 2

Cover Your Assets - Part 2

In part one of this two part series, we discussed Agribon™, a row cover that shields plants from frost, wind, and insects. In part two we will discuss greenhouses and high tunnels, economical structures that can add to the bottom line (or feed a gardener's addiction) by allowing four season crop production in most climates.

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Agribon - Cover Your Assets

Agribon - Cover Your Assets

You've spent all spring and summer, planting, weeding, watering, feeding, and nurturing the plants in your field or garden. Now an early frost threatens to wipe out all that invested time and money. So what do you do?

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Mycelium - An Underground Revolution!

Mycelium - An Underground Revolution!

Recently I was reading an article in the Mother Earth News and came across one of those statements that forever change one's world view: "A white fungal network called hyphae, not plant roots, is the principal structure for the uptake of many important nutrients in the plant kingdom." If that hits you like it did me, take a moment for it to sink before reading on.

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