Jeff Poppen tours the grounds of Delvin Farms which is a small farm having a big impact on Nashville's home-grown market.
Jeff Poppen decided to give some new crops a try as they had been so enticing in the seed catalog. He has had success with the plantings of borage, lamb's quarters, and Italian dandelion.
We get a tutorial in bokashi composting. This is a method of composting in which food waste is collected in an airtight bucket and then allowed to ferment about 2 weeks.
Experience has taught our Barefoot Farmer, Jeff Poppen, that one should plot out the garden, examine planting and harvest times, and choose varieties long before the hoe hits the dirt.
A couple has a large vegetable growing operation underway in their small urban backyard, complete with chickens and a spot for seed starting.
Jeff Poppen shares Long Hungry Creek Farm's main key to success, compost.
Barefoot Farmer, Jeff Poppen, explains the practices of biodynamic farming including Steiner's nine preparations'. He contrasts these practices with those of an organic farming operation.
Jeff Poppen, the Barefoot Farmer, lends his insights and experiences of growing onions.