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Small Farms Week 2024

New niche crops, ethnic foods and multicultural food traditions are all on the menu for the 38th annual Small Farms …

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Grants for WNC Family Farms

WNC Agricultural Options is now accepting grant applications from farmers diversifying or expanding their businesses. With funding from the …

details about cover crop workshop 10/13/23

Cover Crop Workshop

Cost: $15 per participant Date: October 13, 2023 2:00-4:00 p.m. Location: Rutherford Co Center at 194 Callahan-Koon Rd, Spindale, NC 28160 Take home a …

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Do I Have Enough?

This article was written by Dr. Ron Heiniger an NC State Cropping Specialists. This article discusses nitrogen in corn; …

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Got Hay?

With the summer starting to wind down, it has defiantly been hard on the grass. Not only was the …

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Importance of Soil Sampling

Time has passed by rather quickly this year, it’s hard to believe it is already almost October. When temperatures …

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Pesticide Credits and Recertification

The goal of pesticide applicator certification/recertification and licensing is to protect people, property, the food supply, and the environment …

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