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  • Wolcott, VT
  • United States
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100% Certified Organic!
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High Mowing Organic Seeds is an independently-owned, farm-based seed company dedicated to supporting sustainable agriculture and providing farmers and gardeners with the highest quality certified organic seed.
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We have an employee snack or lunch every Wednesday comprised of organic, beautiful vegetables from our farm!
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Winter Harvest Handbook
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Jumpstarting Spring: How to Greensprout Potatoes

Spring is getting off to a late start here in Vermont, and in many other parts of the country as well. As a result our customers have been asking us what they should do with their potatoes while they wait for the snow to melt and the ground to thaw. One method you can try is called greensprouting, or “chitting” potatoes, which takes advantage of the extra time available to transform your potatoes from starchy spuds into verdant…


Posted on April 7, 2014 at 10:13am — 3 Comments

Building Efficiencies Into Your Farm

I love to farm, but I am also happy when the day is over and I can have some time for other pursuits.  I try really hard to keep a schedule, and quit for the day at a certain time.  Granted, it has to bend some days.  Spring is tough.  There’s always too much to do.  But I think there are some ways to make the time spent each day go farther. …


Posted on January 10, 2013 at 4:57pm

Give Peas a Chance - Growing Peas On Your Farm

It seems that everyone likes eating peas, but the planting and picking part can be a challenge. At my farm, we have decided that they are an important piece of our crop mix, and have found ways to ease their burden and have them week after week for our markets without too much stress.…


Posted on January 16, 2012 at 5:37pm — 1 Comment

Treating Our Tools with TLC

It’s so easy to simply hang your shovel on the nail when you hang up your proverbial towel at the end of the growing season, but there are a few simple practices that will help to preserve quality tools for decades of use.  The following tool care steps can also be used during the growing season for routine maintenance.

Many of our garden tools such as shovels, spades, knives, clippers, etc, are constructed of a combination of materials, often metal and wood. And while I have…


Posted on December 28, 2011 at 2:35pm — 2 Comments

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At 11:25am on November 29, 2010, Cornelia said…
Drove through Wolcott on Saturday and waved at the farm - beautiful country you're in up there!
At 1:54pm on August 2, 2011, Cornelia said…
Thank you so much for the blogs that you post here - people love them and the information is stellar!

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