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Crop Yields and Managment – CIG 2019

December 31st, 2019 | Posted by miker in References - (Comments Off on Crop Yields and Managment – CIG 2019)

Selected Crop Yields and Management – Season One of three year USDA / NOFA Soil Health study of Reduced Tillage Data below will reflect the Planting dates, Begin and End Harvest Dates and total Crop Yields. The selected crops were Carrots and Napa Cabbage, in Permanent Raised Beds. Also, Summer Squash and Green Beans in … Read more

Insect Scouting – NOFA CIG 2019, at NorthSlopeFarm

December 31st, 2019 | Posted by miker in References - (Comments Off on Insect Scouting – NOFA CIG 2019, at NorthSlopeFarm)

First season, Three year Soil Health Grant – sub focus, IPM Scouting. Paige Sirak, a junior at South Hunterdon Regional Highschool, and multi term, Chapter President, of the local Future Farmers of America, performed weekly insect scouting, for two months. North Slope Farm is grateful for her generous donation of time and focus, notes and … Read more

Tillage and Standard Operating Procedures

June 18th, 2019 | Posted by miker in References - (Comments Off on Tillage and Standard Operating Procedures)

The Photo above is included in our Standard Operating Procedures – Album, at our Flickr Page North Slope Farm. The Album includes photos of all the tillage and methods of working the soil, to grow our crops. More specific information about Favorable Furrows can be found by following this link.

Soil Carbon Restoration, by Jack Kittredge

June 18th, 2019 | Posted by miker in References - (Comments Off on Soil Carbon Restoration, by Jack Kittredge)

The White Paper – “Soil Carbon Restoration, Can Biology Do the Job”, by Jack Kittredge, NOFA-Mass, 2015, is an excellent introduction to the topic of Carbon in our Climate, and the Potential to foster the power of Soil to Capture the Greenhouse Gas. Click on the Title above to Link to the NOFA-Mass website (scroll … Read more

Bio-Intensive and Bio-Extensive Comparison

June 18th, 2019 | Posted by miker in References - (Comments Off on Bio-Intensive and Bio-Extensive Comparison)

The Current NSF practice for Planting, following the principal of the Bio-Extensive System, is the use of Favorable Furrows, including cultivation and inter cropping of clover cover crops to follow the Cash Crop. The Clover would then be allowed a year of growth.

Basic Information About Soil

June 16th, 2019 | Posted by miker in References - (Comments Off on Basic Information About Soil)
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