Growing in a covered space seems to be a trend for many local vegetable growers and there is good reason in our northern climate. To help measure the soil health both inside and outside of a caterpillar tunnel, farmers can use a soil health report card with four easy soil health tests. Here are a series of reports from Sarah Lindblom of Solar Fresh Produce in Buffalo, MN, who received a Mill City Farmer Market Next Stage Grant to study and demonstrate caterpillar tunnels. La Vie en Rows, Phase 1 “Keep the Soil Covered” Click HERE Phase 2 coming soon! Other Articles by Sarah Lindblom: “The Power of One: Seeds” “The Garlic Belt” Back to Crow River Chapter Homepage
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