Wondering what a particular apple looks like? This video shows a wide variety of Heritage Apples grown in the U.K. from Adam’s Pearmain to Wayside Apples.
The legendary Bradford was delectable and the most luscious watermelon the Deep South has ever produced — but the melon didn’t ship well, and it all but disappeared by the 1920s. Now it’s back.
New England Apples include varieties that originate as far back as the 1600s and others which were just recently propagated in the region.
The following video is a marvelous look at the many unique varieties of apples that are grown in the New England Area. Local expert, Chuck Souther and a couple of his friends, describe each of the selected apple varieties and discusses what makes each one unique.
Learn the five steps that need to be taken to become USDA certified.
Learn what the term USDA organic means, and what growers and food manufacturers do to bring you healthier food.
An episode of Mighty Fine Farm & Food Podcast, which discusses how 21C is turning a farm into a tourist destination.
Learn about the top food products that trigger allergies.
The objective of the Crop Trust program, “Adapting Agriculture to Climate Change: Collecting, Protecting and Preparing Crop Wild Relatives,” is to collect many of the most important species of crop wild relatives, ensure their long-term conservation, and facilitate their use.
Portrait of a Farmer, Jesse Straight – Organic Sustainable Farming