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#1 2017-11-10 19:46:19

shaneb99
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From: Strathmore
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Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

I find this guy really interesting. He farms commercially within the city of Kelowna using backyards that he rents. Because it's small footprints he has to be very intensive. I think some of the stuff he does has applications even for those of us with more land. Have a look at this video about what he does then he has lots more about specific things.


Blue Buff and Silver Laced Brahmas plus too much other stuff to list.

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#2 2017-11-26 21:44:18

Bowker Acres
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From: Unity, Sask.
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Re: Urban Farmer Curtis Stone

I have watched a great deal of his video’s.  He has some really great idea’s that can be applied even to small backyard gardens.  I wish I lived in his climate zone too!  Another youtuber I follow is One Yard Revolution.  He is in Chicago but I have used a pile of his techniques even in my zone 2 garden to start planting in March.  I had lettuce and radishes in April and had finished eating my crop of greenhouse carrots before my outside garden carrots had even germinated.  He grows all winter long under double cover with no extra heat!  I can’t extend my season that long, but is sure exciting to start planting in March.

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