This is part 3 of the Chufa Harvest and Post-Harvest experience. Here’s Part 1 when the Harvest began! I love buckets. Especially these 4 gallon pails. They are big enough to hold a bunch of stuff but not too big that you overload them and break your arm picking them up. I poured my dirty … More Square Buckets & Chufa Nuts
This is the journey of how the Tourne-Sol co-operative Farm seed scoop collection evolved. It is also a story about how most of what we know as farmers we’ve learned from other farmers. Our First Seed Scoops In the early Tourne-Sol years, we grew seed for our own use and for a couple seed companies. … More The Tourne-Sol Seed Packing Scoop Story
SUMIF let’s you SUM up certain cells IF they meet certain conditions. … More FSA Tip #4 Sumif and Sumifs!
Here is a video that Ben Gable from the Real Seed Company sent me of their DIY seed cleaner: Open-Source, DIY Seed Cleaner Plans are also available on their site If you want to see more DIY seed cleaning equipment, you can view two of my previous post that include the air columns that Patrice … More The Real Seed Catalogue DIY Seed Cleaner
We fill a lot of seed packets in January and February. To speed seed packing up we have a fine collection of calibrated seed scoops. For a long time this collection was just a pile of kitchen measuring spoon with gradations from 1/2 teaspoon up to 1.5 tablespoon. These measurements gave us a certain flexibility … More 15 new seed packing scoops for my collection
This post is for Emily, Caitlyn and Heather. Garden carts and … … and good work gloves, Sledge hammers and trowels, Stake pounders and … … rebar, Measuring tapes of all sizes! These are a few of my favorite things! Also, the key tools we’ve been using to build the new catterpillar tunnel on the … More A few of my favorite things