Tag Archives: agronomy

20 Million Acres by 2020

When it comes to resiliency, cover crops are a no brainer! Although the temperatures are still cold outside, every farmer I know is busily planning their cropping season.  Whether it’s a vegetable grower firing up their greenhouse and anxiously awaiting … Continue reading

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Working Together for Clean Water

Protecting water quality is everyone’s job; it just so happens it’s also my day job.  As farmers, we manage a multitude of tasks on a daily basis.  The To Do List always seems to get longer, not shorter.  Have you … Continue reading

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Grains and Oilseeds and Hops, Oh My!

If you are curious how croutons are made, pressing oilseeds, growing hops, and/or producing high quality livestock forages, join UVM Extension’s Northwest Crops and Soils Team at a workshop or field day this summer! The team—led by agronomist Heather Darby—recently … Continue reading

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