Category Archives: growing vegetables

More Modified Hanley Hoop Houses in New Brunswick

The modified version of Hanley Hoop Houses have been installed at another farm in New Brunswick (see http://davesproducepacks.com).  This farm has 330 customers directly connected with it through weekly produce pack deliveries.  Dave Wolpin and his right-hand-man, Alex Eaton, have … Continue reading

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Trellises

We just got our issue of the Canadian Organic Grower and realized the information about trellises we promised in David’s article is not posted yet. How embarrassing! We will post it next week, so stay tuned…

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Hands-on Season Extension: April 7 2-8pm

Season Extension for Market Gardeners: Saturday April 7, 2-8 pm. Join us at Abundant Acres for an afternoon hands-on session to build a low-cost, unheated hoop house (2-4) and stay for the potluck afterwards to talk shop about greenhouse growing … Continue reading

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Hoophouse #2

On March 12, David and Bruce covered modified Hanley hoop house #2.  

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Hoop House (part 2)

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Modified Hanley Hoop House March 9

  Close to 100 growers attended ACORN’s technical greenhouse session   The Greenhouse Effect February 28-29 in Debert.  It was great to connect with other growers and share knowledge with the snow blowing outside.  David made a presentation about economical season … Continue reading

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Farm Hands

David and I went to visit Ted Hutten at his farm yesterday.  He was showing us his micro greens in the heated greenhouse behind his house.  He showed us a lot of things, and of course we had a very … Continue reading

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