How to keep growing when it’s cold out

high tunnelSign up by Jan. 15 for a Feb. 8 workshop on high tunnels, which, by extending the growing season in early spring and late fall (and sometimes into winter) (without the need for supplemental heating) can increase a grower’s production and profits and so can make his or her farm more sustainable.

Early and late crops, such as the year’s first tomatoes or last raspberries, typically sell at higher prices, which people are typically happy to pay.

Co-sponsoring the workshop is CFAES’s outreach arm, OSU Extension. Read more…

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