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The No-Till Growers Podcast Network

By: Farmer Jesse
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  • The No-Till Growers Podcast Network (formerly known as The No-Till Market Garden Podcast) is a nuts and bolts (and earthworms and microbes) look at how to run a productive, profitable no-till market garden for small and mid-sized farmers. It's also where you can hear everything else No-Till Growers produces.
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  • Blooms During the Coldest and Darkest Months of the Year with Emily of Von Trapp Flowers & Emily of Little Farmhouse Flowers
    Jun 10 2024

    Today, I have TWO guests, Emily Von-Trapp of Von Trapp Flowers in VT and Linda D’arco of Little Farmhouse Flowers in NY. Emily and Linda each operate their own cut flower businesses with a focus on wholesale and winter flower bulb forcing AND they collaborate to teach flower farmers how to bring beautiful flowers to bloom during the coldest and darkest months of the year through The Tulip Workshop online course and on-farm classes. Along with a second Lilly workshop, their collaboration has inspired hundreds of flower farmers to grow local blooms during the dark winter months. We talk about their backgrounds, how they met, along with an uncanny list of similarities they share and some of the specifics of their farms in terms of growing infrastructure and systems. Lots of great information shared in this episode by two wonderful women with a passion for local winter blooms and friendship.

    Folks who make the show possible...

    RIMOL Greenhouses quality greenhouses and high-tunnels.

    Johnny's Selected Seeds vegetable, flower, and cover crop seeds. Visit the Growers Library for a wealth of growing resources.

    BCS America for two wheel tractors + implements.

    ... and, as always, our work is powered by the individual growers who support us every month over at patreon.com/notillgrowers. You can pick up a copy of The Living Soil Handbook if you don't have one already, as well as a No-Till Growers hat or other merch, check out our YouTube channel, and you can ask you questions or share your insights into ecological market gardening on our free growers forum at notillgrowers.community.chat

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    1 hr and 11 mins
  • Building a Year-Round, Family-Focused Farm in the South with Ray Tyler of Rose Creek Farms
    Jun 3 2024

    Over the last 14 years, Ray Tyler of Rose Creek Farms has been passionate about developing growing systems to successfully grow and sell certified organic produce fifty-two weeks a year in western Tennessee. Along with his wife Ashley and six homeschooled children, he is committed to creating a family-focused farm that allows for a sustainable and healthy work-life balance. Using a meticulous system of eighteen caterpillar tunnels on one acre, Ray is able to supply three farmers markets and a farm stand. His market displays are called "the salad bar" and they are always stacked high with bunches of carrots, radish, celery, lettuce heads, and a varied assortment of greens. The early years, however, were a challenge for Ray, and we speak about how he and his family persevered with a lot of trial and error to become the successful farm and business they have today. Ray is an inspiring example of a passionate farmer who is committed to the health and well-being of his family, his business, the community, and the land.

    Folks who make the show possible...

    RIMOL Greenhouses quality greenhouses and high-tunnels.

    Johnny's Selected Seeds vegetable, flower, and cover crop seeds. Visit the Growers Library for a wealth of growing resources.

    BCS America for two wheel tractors + implements.

    ... and, as always, our work is powered by the individual growers who support us every month over at patreon.com/notillgrowers. You can pick up a copy of The Living Soil Handbook if you don't have one already, as well as a No-Till Growers hat or other merch, check out our YouTube channel, and you can ask you questions or share your insights into ecological market gardening on our free growers forum at notillgrowers.community.chat

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    1 hr and 12 mins
  • The Making of No-Till Growers and the Collab Farm Podcast with Jackson Rolett (Season Finale!)
    May 27 2024

    Folks who support the show...

    Harnois Greenhouses for controlled environment agriculture innovation, partnering with market gardeners and farmers across North America to deliver comprehensive, turnkey, commercial greenhouse solutions.

    Farmhand is the all-in-one software platform and virtual assistant built by and for independent farmers. Instantly offload admin tasks, automate your CSA, update your website, and sell more to your customers. Learn more at farmhand.partners/notill

    Local Line is the most comprehensive sales software built for farmers and food hubs. Increase your sales and streamline your processes with features including e-commerce, inventory management, subscriptions, website builder, online payments, point-of-sale, and more! Receive a free premium feature for one year using our coupon code, NOTILL.

    ... and, as always, our work is powered by the individual growers who support us every month over at patreon.com/notillgrowers. You can pick up a copy of The Living Soil Handbook if you don't have one already, as well as a No-Till Growers hat or other merch, check out our YouTube channel, and you can ask you questions or share your insights into ecological market gardening on our free growers forum at notillgrowers.community.chat

    Find Farmer Jesse at these upcoming workshops & conferences...

    • The Rough Draft Workshop Farm Tour Dates & Tickets
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    1 hr and 17 mins

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Informative & Diverse

I've recently bought my first piece of property and started my own no-till garden. This podcast is a great way to supplement your knowledge by learning from growers from all over the world with farms big and small. Great listen!

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one of my go-to podcasts for learning

As a new farmer, I find Jessie’s interviews with different types of farmers invaluable. He covers so many important topics and I look forward to new episodes

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