Learn Cut Flower Growing | Lessons from a seasoned farmer podcast

012: Preparing Beds in the Hoophouse for Cut Flowers

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Join me as I walk you through the ins and outs of prepping your hoophouse for the new planting season. Sharing from my 16 years of hands-on experience, you'll get a sense of the various tools and techniques that can make your gardening both effective and manageable. Whether you're a seasoned green thumb or a newcomer to the soil, this episode is packed with practical advice to suit gardens of every size.

The journey of flower farming is full of serendipitous learning, and I'm here to share structured lessons that pave the way for your growth. Whether you have access to advanced setups or are making do with simpler methods, you'll find tips and stories that resonate with your own floral adventures. Grab your gardening gloves or a cup of coffee, and let's cultivate your confidence and success together.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Preparing soil in a hoop house for planting.
  • Essential gardening tools that are cost-effective.
  • Balancing budget and labor efficiency when considering more expensive gardening equipment.
  • Techniques for managing garden beds.

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