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Electronic Wizardry at The Oak Tree

The observant CSA member may have notied Joanne’s other half, Richard, more busy than usual with all kinds of boxes of electronic gadgetry at the farm: a box of strange looking control panels has appeared in the main shed and … Continue reading

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Soil temperature at the farm – what a polytunnel does for us

Soil temperature is important because seeds need it to be above a certain temperature to germinate. I’ve been tracking the soil temperature in and out of the polytunnel Once again the air temperature overreads in the day – what’s needed … Continue reading

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Change in the Weather?

I wonder whether the weather is finally about to turn for the better? I need a soil temperature of 5°C to plant my clover/grass fertility building green manure mix that will cover most of the field. We’re not there yet, … Continue reading

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