One Straw Photos

Pictures are an essential part to understanding of any field of knowledge. While the cooking of our produce can manifest in its own visual experience, the production of One Straw vegetables provides opportunity for some great pictures itself. Here are some pictures so that you can share the visuals we see every day at the farm and maybe understand the process a little better by seeing how it happens.

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The constant farmer
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A hoop house for growing environmentally sensitive crops.
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Setting in the plant seeds in the seed house, which is a shaded greenhouse.
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Seeds are moved from the seed house to a climatically stable and humid greenhouse to begin the early stages of growth. After this they are transplanted into the field
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Fans are used to mimic wind effects on plants
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An overhead water nozzle for controlled water input
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Various pants in early growth
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Young Eggplant
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Young Chard
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Parked and ready to plant
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The guys transplanting canary peppers
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For some crops transplanting is done by hand, this requires no mechanical input, less water but more people
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freshly planted canary pepper
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Looking down the row of new canary peppers
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This is the mechanical transplanter. This machine waters the ground and punches holes through the Biotelo and into the ground
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As the apparatus punches holes in the ground, two workers ride in the back and place the juvenile plants into the ground. This works much faster than hand planting
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Drew enlightening a crowd with his wizened knowledge of the earth
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Joan answering questions about our CSA program
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On the land between fields we have perennial hay and alfalfa for both sale to local farmers and to be used in our compost
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2 thoughts on “One Straw Photos

  1. Stan Elmore

    Thank you for the marvelous blog ref. One Straw Farm. Photogaphs are wonderful and informative., and I learned another bit as to how some crops are birthed. It has to be better than the mainstream culture diet. Most attractive and KEEP UP AND EXPAND THE SYSTEM . STAN

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