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Crop Planning: Succession Planting & Diversification Choices

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Crop Planning: Succession Planting & Diversification Choices

Time: September 8, 2010 from 5pm to 7pm
Location: Cerridwen Farm, Green Mountain College
City/Town: Poultney, VT
Website or Map: http://www.rutlandfarmandfood…
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Rutland Area Farm and Food
Latest Activity: Jul 1, 2010

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Pre-registration required (limit 30) - register for this workshop by sending an email to info@nofavt.org or by calling 434-4122. Workshops are free.

Successful management of small-scale, diversified farms benefits greatly from intensive planning before the growing season starts. This workshop with Kenneth Mulder, Farm Manager at GMC, will focus on developing a production plan for a diversified vegetable production operation, including estimating demand and yield, utilizing intercropping and rotations for ecological efficiency, and using succession plantings to maintain a steady crop supply. Cerridwen Farm at Green Mountain College is a 22-acre diversified educational farm where students compliment their classroom education with hands-on experience in vegetable production and animal management.

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