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The Science in the Soil

by Clare Sullivan, OSU Extension Agronomist, Small Farms & Specialty Crops The Importance of Soil A lot of people are surprised to learn that soil science is a profession, and a little confused about where “studying dirt” could get you in life. This is understandable, considering most of us were taught to not drag dirt through the house, rather than to pick up handfuls of soil and evaluate its potential. However, many farmers and gardeners,…

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Growing 30,000 Pounds of Veggies on One Acre

It’s All About the Soil by Audrey Tehan, Founder & Executive Director of Seed to Table Oregon I can’t count the number of times I have heard someone say, “You can’t grow anything but cheat grass in Central Oregon”. It is certainly true that in the high desert, we do not have the luxury of just throwing seeds on the ground and watching a jungle emerge. At Seed to Table, we sweat, dig, water, pray,…

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Go Hive Yourself

by Jennifer Sawyer of Go Hive Yourself I don’t like to refer to myself as a “beekeeper” nowadays as that description feels like it leans towards a keeper of bees using commercial management methods — which I did for a couple of years. My views have changed drastically since my days of ten frame Langstroth boxes with foundation (prefabricated comb) to aid in my maintenance and routine hive checks, regularly scraping off all of the…

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Benefits of 3D Rendering Company

We get more exposure due to modern technology because it helps us express better. A 3d rendering company uses new tools to reach its clients all over the world. People understand visuals more than audio because 3d images explain every single detail. In the past, only drawing assistants were considered good at rendering, but now the architects and interior designers take rendering seriously. Lots of architects offer design and 3d services other than just building…

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