Zen and the Art of Transplanting by Anathea Swanson | Gardens of Eagan

By DIRT FIRST

Amidst early May’s gray cloudy skies and the cerulean blue of darting barn swallows we are taking our cabbage, broccoli and kale seedlings out to be planted in the fields. In any business there is an ordered manner in the process of production, driven by the question, what allows for the greatest yield; on our farm the question is what system allows for the greatest yield with the least detriment to the earth.

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