Tag Archive for: Weed Control

NCAT

Regenerating Damaged Soils on an Urban Farm

In this video, we head to Garcia Street Farm, an urban farm in…
C. maxima on the vine.
Solarización
Canva Pro
Solarización
A collage of hedgerow plant species

NCAT Releases Updated Tipsheets on Soil Solarization and Biosolarization

Are you struggling with weeds or pests? Solarization and biosolarization might be the solution you’re looking for. The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) has updated its Soil Solarization and Biosolarization tipsheet, along with its Spanish counterpart, to help farmers understand and use this technique that uses the sun’s energy to kill weeds.
tall-grass grazing

Advanced Grazing Series. Session 2: Plants and Grazing Management

In this video, the second session of NCAT's Advanced Grazing…

Soil Steaming for Pathogen, Pest, and Weed Control in High Tunnels

Picadilly Farm in southwestern New Hampshire along the Connecticut River includes a large CSA, on-farm store, and deliveries to local restaurants and co-op, keeping owners Bruce and Jenny Wooster very busy. So, finding ways to be more efficient is important, especially in finding appropriate technologies to implement. One technology they've implemented is soil steaming—an emerging technology for managing disease, weeds, and pests in the soil.
By Andy Pressman and Chris Lent, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialists

Tag Archive for: Weed Control

NCAT

Regenerating Damaged Soils on an Urban Farm

In this video, we head to Garcia Street Farm, an urban farm in…
C. maxima on the vine.
Solarización
Canva Pro
Solarización
A collage of hedgerow plant species

NCAT Releases Updated Tipsheets on Soil Solarization and Biosolarization

Are you struggling with weeds or pests? Solarization and biosolarization might be the solution you’re looking for. The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) has updated its Soil Solarization and Biosolarization tipsheet, along with its Spanish counterpart, to help farmers understand and use this technique that uses the sun’s energy to kill weeds.
tall-grass grazing

Advanced Grazing Series. Session 2: Plants and Grazing Management

In this video, the second session of NCAT's Advanced Grazing…

Soil Steaming for Pathogen, Pest, and Weed Control in High Tunnels

Picadilly Farm in southwestern New Hampshire along the Connecticut River includes a large CSA, on-farm store, and deliveries to local restaurants and co-op, keeping owners Bruce and Jenny Wooster very busy. So, finding ways to be more efficient is important, especially in finding appropriate technologies to implement. One technology they've implemented is soil steaming—an emerging technology for managing disease, weeds, and pests in the soil.
By Andy Pressman and Chris Lent, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialists

Tag Archive for: Weed Control

NCAT

Regenerating Damaged Soils on an Urban Farm

In this video, we head to Garcia Street Farm, an urban farm in…
C. maxima on the vine.
Solarización
Canva Pro
Solarización
A collage of hedgerow plant species

NCAT Releases Updated Tipsheets on Soil Solarization and Biosolarization

Are you struggling with weeds or pests? Solarization and biosolarization might be the solution you’re looking for. The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) has updated its Soil Solarization and Biosolarization tipsheet, along with its Spanish counterpart, to help farmers understand and use this technique that uses the sun’s energy to kill weeds.
tall-grass grazing

Advanced Grazing Series. Session 2: Plants and Grazing Management

In this video, the second session of NCAT's Advanced Grazing…

Soil Steaming for Pathogen, Pest, and Weed Control in High Tunnels

Picadilly Farm in southwestern New Hampshire along the Connecticut River includes a large CSA, on-farm store, and deliveries to local restaurants and co-op, keeping owners Bruce and Jenny Wooster very busy. So, finding ways to be more efficient is important, especially in finding appropriate technologies to implement. One technology they've implemented is soil steaming—an emerging technology for managing disease, weeds, and pests in the soil.
By Andy Pressman and Chris Lent, NCAT Sustainable Agriculture Specialists