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May
4
Sat
Market Garden Planning @ Mesquite Field Farm
May 4 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

As we move toward the development of our market gardens to meet our customer needs it is important that we prepare our soil, prepare our planting spaces, plant the appropriate crops, plant companion crops to reduce insect stress and maximize our garden space for successive plantings and profit.

This class will provide a discussion of the benefits of cover crops, which crops to plant, when to plant them, and a planting demonstration.

Instructors:

  • Koen Stokes – Horticulturist, Veg’d Out Urban Farms
  • Doug Havemann, Army Veteran, Co-Owner, Mesquite Field Farm
  • Melissa Havemann, Co-Owner, Mesquite Field Farm

Skills Taught:

  • Farm tool safety
  • Crop planning
  • Seed supply calculations
  • Compost development
  • Soil amendment requirements
  • Farm implement usage (small scale planters)
  • Soil preparation
  • Planting bed preparation
  • Watering methods

Market Garden Planning Flyer

REGISTER HERE

Jun
26
Wed
Pasture Management Workshop @ Lampasas County Farm Bureau Building
Jun 26 @ 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Pasture Management Workshop

Learn about soil and forage health to improve your little piece of heaven on earth.  Join us for classroom and field training on range condition assessment for production goals, basic soil science, rotational grazing, use of the latest technology for analysis and management, and USDA EQIP programs to help meet your goals.

When: June 26, 2019 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Where: Lampasas County Farm Bureau Building 1739 N. HWY 281 Lampasas, TX 76550

Pasture Management Workshop Flyer 06.26.19

Register HERE by June 24

 

May
31
Wed
Farm & Ranch Assessments for Individuals with Disabilities Lunch & Learn
May 31 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Farm & Ranch Assessments for Individuals with Disabilities Lunch & Learn

About 1 in 5 farmers, ranchers, and agriculture workers suffer from a disabling condition. Farm and ranch assessments provide solutions to keep farmers in their chosen occupation after acquiring a disability or chronic health condition. Whether you are a beginning farmer or life-long ag producer, farm assessments can be a helpful tool to keeping you in the driver’s seat of your operation.

During this webinar you will:

  • Identify services available through Texas AgrAbility for farmers and ranchers with disabilities
  • Analyze which individuals may be a good fit for a farm or ranch assessment
  • Explore the process of conducting and agricultural worksite assessment
  • Review assistive technology recommendation examples from a farm or ranch assessment

 

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