As an established grower there are lots of reasons to pull out one variety and replace it with another. What, when, why and how?
Carping, hilling, scratching, ripping, root pruning. Let’s get dirty!
Light! What is it good for? Absolutely…uh….everything?
If you can make it through 8.5 minutes of IBS and My Little Pony, we spend the rest of this episode diving into drought concerns and yield impacts. It’s not just the volume of irrigation, it’s the when and the how.
Sorry, I had to. All about leaf biology.
Don’t call it dirt. Dirt is dead. Soil is alive (insert Vincent Price laugh)! Bwah-ha-ha-ha!!!!!
In another installment of “they asked it on the Discord” we discuss the sciency-science around hop breeding. Haploid, diploid, triploid. We get all ploidy on you this week.
It’s hot. Damn hot. But then it gets crazy cold. The old max/min for temperature, rainfall, etc is becoming less and less relevant as variability increases and timeframes change. How do you pivot to accommodate your crop?
The History of Fertilizer. Why it works, how it works, potassium, potash and coprolite. Sounds like a bunch of crap if you ask me.
There’s a fine line between “that’s a creative way to save some time and/or money” and “uh oh, what did I just do?”. Sometimes those great ideas don’t work out too well, leading to the eternal battle between Current James and Future James.